We would like to make the user settings like Display, Mouse, Keyboard - which can be easily changed via EasyShell - persistent. So that if a user changes his settings, they should be the same after the next reboot. Of course we could disable the Unified Write Filter temporarily for this, but then the user always would have to call us when he wants to change same settings. Is there any chance of doing this via a special setting? There is no option in the EasyShell for this! Or is scripting the hpdmmc.exe the only possibility?
In HP Unified Write Filter Configuration (Can be found at Control Panel - logged as Administrator) you can set UWF exceptions for EXE apps and REGISTRY. so next time you boot your settings will be there 🙂
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