Windows Embedded systems referenced in the "Applies to" section of this document provide a Registry Filter to circumvent features of the write filters (EWF or FBWF), which prevent changes to hard drive space.
The Registry Filter monitors specifically identified registry keys for changes to keys and values below them in the hive hierachy and preserves this data across boots. The Registry Filter is designed to monitor existing keys for changes. If a specified key does not exist, then a System Warning event 16 is logged to the event log and changes to the key cannot be monitored or preserved.
One of the registy keys monitored for such changes is a key that captures domain participation information. If this data is not preserved, then the state of domain participation will be lost the next time the system is booted. The domain participation key is created the first time that a domain is joined and deleted when a domain is left to join a workgroup. Since the Registry Filter requires monitored keys to exist, the write filter (EWF or FBWF) must be disabled:
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