Application Location Path

You must enter one or more Application Paths where XIA Links can find this Application. For example, if the Notepad application can be found on certain Computers at c:\windows\notepad.exe and on others at c:\winnt\notepad.exe, you may enter both of these paths. XIA Links will check each path until it finds the Application.

Check Application Exists

By default, XIA Links will check each location in the Application Location Paths for the Application and will only show the Application if it is found. In certain circumstances, this may be time consuming e.g. if it is checking network locations over slow network links. This option allows you to bypass the location checking behaviour, however, this means that you may only enter one Application Location.

Allow Drag and Drop

Determines whether the user can drag and drop the application to their client machine.

Run as Administrator (UAC)

Causes the UAC prompt to be displayed and runs the application as an administrator.

Additional Required File

This field allows you to specify an additional file (such as configuration file) that must exist before the application is shown. The file can be either an absolute path - for example "c:\application\configuration.xml" or a relative path - for example "configuration.xml". If a relative path is specified, the file is searched for in the same location as the main application file.

Application Working Directory

Allows you to specify the Working Directory that this Application will use. If this option is not configured, XIA Links will use the directory in which the application resides as the Working Directory.

Command Line Parameters

Allows you to configure the Command Line Parameters that will be used when starting this Application.

Window Style

Allows you to specify the Window Style that the Application should use. Options are 'Minimised', 'Normal' or 'Maximised'.