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When loging into windows, it was not show fxlogix app setting...on screen.

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When loging into windows, it was not show fxlogix app setting...on screen.

 

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Hi @ring238,

There are a few possible reasons why you are not seeing FSLogix app settings on the screen when logging into Windows. 

  • FSLogix is not installed on the computer.
  • FSLogix is installed, but the FSLogix Apps service is not running.
  • FSLogix is installed and running, but the FSLogix app settings are not configured to be displayed on the login screen.

To check if FSLogix is installed, open the Control Panel and go to Programs and Features. Look for FSLogix in the list of installed programs. If FSLogix is not installed, you can download and install it from the Microsoft website.

To check if the FSLogix Apps service is running, open the Services window (Press Windows+R to open the Run dialog box, type services.msc, and press Enter). Look for the FSLogix Apps service in the list of services. If the service is not running, right-click it and select Start.

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Leon Pavesic
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Hi Leon

I've been using FSLogix for a few years and did not not you could configure FSLogix to display its setings during login. I assume in the same way that you can get GPOs to display their settings via a verbose mode setting?

Do you know what the regkeys are to get this to work?

thanks

Ken

Hi @Ken Zygmunt,

thanks for your update.

FSLogix operates based on specific registry settings that define how it operates.

After installing FSLogix, the installer will create a base set of registry keys and values which provides the framework for adding configuration settings.

The base registry keys and value names are:
- `[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\FSLogix]`
- \\Apps
- \"InstallPath\"=\"C:\\Program Files\\FSLogix\\Apps\\\"
- \"InstallVersion\"=\"version_number\"
- \\Logging
- \\Profiles
- \\SystemInfo
- \\Telemetry
- \\UserModeDll
- `[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Policies\\FSLogix]`
- \\ODFC

But unfortunately, I can't find any specific registry keys for enabling verbose mode in FSLogix.
I have checked this links and that is all i can find.
(1) Configuration options - FSLogix | Microsoft Learn. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/concepts-configuration-options.
(2) Configuration Settings - FSLogix | Microsoft Learn. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/reference-configuration-settings.
(3) Configuration Settings - FSLogix | Microsoft Learn. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/reference-configuration-settings.
(4) Configure profile containers tutorial - FSLogix | Microsoft Learn. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/tutorial-configure-profile-containers.
(5) FSLogix Codes and what they mean - FSLogix | Microsoft Learn. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/fslogix/troubleshooting-error-codes.

 

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Leon Pavesic
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Leon

thanks, but I knew all that already.
In your third bullet point to @ring238 you put

"FSLogix is installed and running, but the FSLogix app settings are not configured to be displayed on the login screen."

The way I read that it seemed that you knew some way of displaying FSLogix settings during user logon.

Regards

Ken