My client keeps all of their servers in a remote state. All repositories must be kept on those servers. This means that using the IDE is veeeeery slow. We are using a versioned files based repository with a local private workspace. Blaze is very "chatty" across the network and so responds slowly to many operations.
Our solution has been to work with remote desktop on a remote server. The problem with this has been that with four different people working from the same installation of Blaze we have had to create 4 different connection entries, one with each person's name. Since all of the connection information is kept under the Blaze install directory (E:\Blaze\Advisor67\lib\Admin Repository), everyones connections show up under everyone else's connection list. So, my question is, with so many environment variables set by the setenv command, which one can I use to point to a different "Admin Repository". None of the names jump out at me as doing this. Here is the list of them I found from a "set" command: