While FBWF Selective Write Through and Selective Commit apply to an entire file, Registry Filter supports persisting specific registry changes across reboots without requiring all registry changes in a file to be persisted. Specifically, Registry Filter provides selective persistence of licenses and device domain participation secrets across reboots, without persisting other changes to the registry file.
Configure Registry Filter using the Target Designer as shown in the following illustration.
The following table explains the items shown in the Registry Filter configuration window.
|Enable TSCAL persistence||Check this if the target device environment includes Terminal Services Client Access Licensing (TSCAL).|
|Enable Domain Secret Key persistence||Check this if the target device environment includes Domain Participation.|
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