A number of configuration variables are available to restrict the choices available in the user interface.
MS_CONFIGURATIONOPTS can be used to limit or hide WorkSpace and WorkSet creation functions to prevent non-standard WorkSets being created.
Additionally _USTN_WORKSPACENAME and _USTN_WORKSETNAME variables can be set and locked to specified WorkSpace and WorkSet names.
An example is:
_USTN_WORKSPACENAME = My_WorkSpace%lock _USTN_WORKSPACENAME_USTN_WORKSETNAME = My_WorkSet%lock _USTN_WORKSETNAME
MS_CONFIGURATIONOPTS = DisallowCreatingWorkSpace, DisallowCreatingWorkSet, DisallowSelectingWorkSpace, DisallowSelectingWorkSet
Resulting in this UI where all WorkSpace and WorkSet options are greyed out:
This could be used in conjunction with MS_ALWAYS_CREATE_UPF and MS_USERPREFSEED to deliver a fixed set of preferences avoiding other recent WorkSets being listed. e.g.:
However this would prevent the accumulation of file history which would probably be irritating for most end users.