Mandatory and Default User Profile Tuning, a video from BriForum 2011

As the industry moves on, profiles are becoming more and more visible and pretty much every third party personalization vendor recommends the use of a mandatory profile to begin with.

(this was originally posted in August, 2011)

 

Presented by: Jon Wallace

Jon returns to BriForum again to present this default and mandatory profile tuning session. As the industry moves on, profiles are becoming more and more visible and pretty much every third party personalization vendor recommends the use of a mandatory profile to begin with. There are various elements of tuning that can be applied to a mandatory profile to improve log-on speed, usability and more. This session will focus on practical applications of these elements. As an expert in the registry, Jon will walk you through the step-by-step tuning process, showing the various tweaks to gain every ounce of performance from the user profile. There will be little-to-no PowerPoint slides, but instead, a live performance. This session will also build on that of BriForum 2010 being based on Windows 7 which can be transferred easily to Windows Server 2008.

 

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