- Capture targeted items on application/session end - Preserves specified parts of HKEY_CURRENT_USER and of the user profile directory when the session ends or when the user closes an application.
- Track any changed setting within scope immediately (global) - Automatically tracks specific trees in HKEY_CURRENT_USER and/or the user profile directory tree and immediately preserves any changes that occur there.
- Track any setting changed by application immediately (application) - Automatically tracks and immediately preserves all changes made by a specific application. This mode preserves all changes that the application's process makes in the registry at HKEY_CURRENT_USER and to files and folders in the user's %appdata% folder.
- Capture targeted items once, then track further changes - If this mode is selected User Settings will run once with the Zero Profile mode set to Capture targeted items on application/session start/end. The second time the Managed Application is run or the second time a session is started User Settings will run in the Zero Profile mode Track any setting changed within scope/by application immediately. By using this option it becomes very easy to use User Settings to migrate personal settings from one machine to another: With the Capture targeted items once, then track further changes mode it is easy to transfer all stored changes that were made on system A and track all new changes on system B with Track any setting changed within scope/by application immediately. Note that you need to specify Targeted items and possibly Excluded items.
Workspace Control 2023 Administration Guide
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