INI files (initialization files) are plain-text files that contain configuration information. These files are used by Windows and Windows-based applications to save and access information about your preferences and operating environment. OnBase uses an initialization file named onbase32.ini. If users do not have rights to access the onbase32.ini file, they will be unable to use the Client or the Configuration module.
The onbase32.ini file is primarily used to store settings specified in the Client or the Configuration module. For example, when a user selects a default data source in the OnBase Client's Workstation Options dialog box, this selection is saved to the onbase32.ini file. The onbase32.ini file is also used to make modifications to OnBase modules that cannot be made through the module's interface.