Workstation Settings

eVolve Workstation Settings

All settings contained within the Workstation Setting window are specific to each user on each machine.

To Access and Modify Workstation Settings

From the Integrations Panel, in the eVolve Ribbon, click Resources, then click Settings, then click Workstation Settings.

System Families Company Standards File

Used to specify a path to established project standards. When set, configuration files stored in the user path(C:\Users\{UserName}\AppData\Roaming\eVolve\eVolve Electrical) are not utilized.

Do not leave this location set to a path to Program Files or Program Data, user must have full admin writes to the location set in this setting

Enable PowerShell in Parameter Sync

In order to control the Powershell Injection feature of Parameter Sync, the following options are available:

Prompt me on startup every time - The user will be asked to accept or deny PowerShell functionality each time Revit starts.

Always enable - Always allow PowerShell functionality each time Revit starts.

Always disable - Never allow PowerShell functionality each time Revit starts.

More Options

Show Grouped Columns by Default - Use this option to toggle seeing grouped columns within the grid. This applies globally to all grids, however, it can be overridden at the window level through Grid States.

Enable Conduit Run Schedule Length Calculations - Disabling this feature will provide a performance improvement when modifying (adding, deleting, moving, stretching) conduits that have an eE_ConduitRun_Id assigned. The automatic calculation of length parameters will be turned off.

Enable Concurrent License Mode - If enabled, when Revit closes, the machine license active on the machine is released. When Revit opens if a license is available, a license is activated. For more information, please see the following article, Concurrent License Mode.

This feature requires elevated rights and may trigger UAC prompts.

Enable Non-privileged Licensing (experimental) - When enabled, licensing actions will be attempted without administrative escalation. Special folder permissions must be in place prior to enabling this feature.

This feature is experimental and may not work as intended in all environments.

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