Customer Experience Improvement Program (Industry 8)
Learn how to manage your participation in the Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement program for Windows Embedded 8 Industry (Industry 8).
The Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) is a voluntary program that collects information about how customers use Windows Embedded 8 Industry (Industry 8) and some of the problems they encounter. Microsoft uses this information to improve the products and features customers use most and to help resolve issues. Participation in the CEIP is voluntary, and the results are software improvements that better meet the needs of our customers.
CEIP collects information about the device computer on which Industry 8 is installed and how you use Industry 8. This information does not include any contact information; instead, a GUID is generated and stored on your computer to uniquely identify it. CEIP uses this GUID to help determine how widespread any particular feedback or issue is. Your unique GUID is sent with every CEIP report. Some reports might unintentionally contain individual identifiers, such as a serial number for a device that is connected to your development computer. Microsoft filters the information that is contained in CEIP reports to remove any individual identifiers that the CEIP reports might contain.
You can obtain more information about the CEIP at Microsoft Customer Experience Improvement Program.
If you want to manage your participation in the Industry 8 on an Industry 8 device that has already been set up, you have several options, depending on which Industry 8 modules are installed on your device.
|If participation in the CEIP is set by Group Policy, the Group Policy setting overrides any value that is set by using the following methods. The configuration of this policy setting is stored in the Policies section under HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\SQMClient\Windows\CEIPEnable.|
|If you have any write filters enabled on your device, such as Unified Write Filter (UWF), you may need to disable the write filter and restart your device before making any changes to your CEIP settings.|
Use the Control Panel to Manage Your Participation in the CEIP
If you have the Windows Security Center and the Error Reporting and Solutions modules on your device, you can use the Action Center to manage your CEIP settings.
Use a Command-Line Tool to Manage Your Participation in the CEIP
If you have the Error Reporting and Solutions module on your device, but do not have the Windows Security Center module, you can use a command-line tool to access your CEIP settings.
At a command prompt with administrator rights, type the following command:
On the Customer Experience Improvement Program window, select your participation in the CEIP.
Use the Registry to Manage Your Participation in the CEIP
You can also edit the registry to change your participation in the CEIP, regardless of which modules are installed on your device.
You can change your participation in the CEIP by changing the following registry value:
Set this value to 0 (zero) to disable participation in the CEIP, and 1 to enable participation.
For more information about this registry key, see CEIPEnable on MSDN.