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Troubleshooting: Changes made to files that Windows boot loader accesses while Windows Disk Protection is set to Retain a User’s RRS feed

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  • Troubleshooting: Changes made to files that Windows boot loader accesses while Windows Disk Protection is set to Retain a User’s Changes Temporarily are not supported

    Audience

    Windows SteadyState administrators

    Symptoms

    Certain types of files, such as Windows loader and boot driver files, are not replaced or updated when Windows Disk Protection is set to retain changes temporarily.

    Workaround

    In  Windows SteadyState, set Windows Disk Protection to retain all user changes permanently.

    To set Windows SteadyState Windows Disk Protection:

    1.    In Windows SteadyState, click Protect the Hard Disk.

    2.    Click Retain all changes permanently, and then click OK.

    Applies To the Following Operating Systems

    Windows XP

    Windows Vista

     

    Wednesday, August 6, 2008 11:19 PM