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RefCount in the Profilelist RRS feed

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  • Hi Josm,

    According to our research, the path of the ProfileList key is “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\  “.Is the path corresponding with yours?

    The main subkeys for each user are “Default”,“Flags”,“ProfileImagePath”,”ProfileLoadTimeHigh”,” ProfileLoadTimeLow”, ” RefCount ”,”Sid” and ”State”,” RunLogonScriptSync”.

    Default: It's the value whose name is null.

    Flags: enable you to control the installation and uninstallation of your registry entries.

    ProfileImagePath: The User profiles` path.

    ProfileLoadTimeHigh: Profile load time of user
    ProfileLoadTimeLow: Profile load time low of user

    RefCount: `0` value means the account has no active session, not `0`value means the account has an active session.

    Sid:Security Identifier.

    State: indicates the state of the local profile cache.

    • 0001       Profile is mandatory.
    • 0002       Update the locally cached profile.
    • 0004       New local profile.
    • 0008       New central profile.
    • 0010       Update the central profile.
    • 0020       Delete the cached profile.
    • 0040       Upgrade the profile.
    • 0080       Using Guest user profile.
    • 0100       Using Administrator profile.
    • 0200       Default net profile is available and ready.
    • 0400       Slow network link identified.
    • 0800       Temporary profile loaded.

    RunLogonScriptSync : Determines whether the system waits for the logon script to finish running before it starts Windows Explorer and creates the desktop.

    • 0              The logon script and Windows Explorer can run simultaneously.
    • 1               Windows Explorer does not start until the logon script has finished running.

    Best regards  


    3 ноября 2014 г. 10:15
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  • Can you share the screenshot for the ones you're talking about ?

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    2 ноября 2014 г. 8:50
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  • Hi Josm,

    According to our research, the path of the ProfileList key is “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\  “.Is the path corresponding with yours?

    The main subkeys for each user are “Default”,“Flags”,“ProfileImagePath”,”ProfileLoadTimeHigh”,” ProfileLoadTimeLow”, ” RefCount ”,”Sid” and ”State”,” RunLogonScriptSync”.

    Default: It's the value whose name is null.

    Flags: enable you to control the installation and uninstallation of your registry entries.

    ProfileImagePath: The User profiles` path.

    ProfileLoadTimeHigh: Profile load time of user
    ProfileLoadTimeLow: Profile load time low of user

    RefCount: `0` value means the account has no active session, not `0`value means the account has an active session.

    Sid:Security Identifier.

    State: indicates the state of the local profile cache.

    • 0001       Profile is mandatory.
    • 0002       Update the locally cached profile.
    • 0004       New local profile.
    • 0008       New central profile.
    • 0010       Update the central profile.
    • 0020       Delete the cached profile.
    • 0040       Upgrade the profile.
    • 0080       Using Guest user profile.
    • 0100       Using Administrator profile.
    • 0200       Default net profile is available and ready.
    • 0400       Slow network link identified.
    • 0800       Temporary profile loaded.

    RunLogonScriptSync : Determines whether the system waits for the logon script to finish running before it starts Windows Explorer and creates the desktop.

    • 0              The logon script and Windows Explorer can run simultaneously.
    • 1               Windows Explorer does not start until the logon script has finished running.

    Best regards  


    3 ноября 2014 г. 10:15
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  • Great breakdown of that particular area. At the bottom I see the RunLogonScriptSync can be set to either (0) or (1) and would like to know if changing RunLogonScriptSync from 0 to 1 may help the registry leak warnings I am getting? 

    All my other settings look as they should be and there are no other users on this computer and it is a home unit not on a Network of any sort. Am running W7x64 Hm Prem.

    BTW my RefCount in registry shows 1 should this be 0?


    • Изменено tazmo8448 1 апреля 2015 г. 19:39
    1 апреля 2015 г. 19:35
  • Hi Meipoxu,

    Very good explanation, I have a small concern here. Under the same registry path for a user 'state' value is 0.

    Can you please let me know what is 0 indicates over here.

    Thanks,

    Yugandhar Ananda

    31 марта 2016 г. 10:11
  • 0 = off 1=on
    31 марта 2016 г. 10:45