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Adds the specified file to the file exclusion list of the volume protected by Unified Write Filter. Unified
Write Filter starts excluding the file from filtering after the next system restart.
uwfmgr file remove-exclusion C: <file_or_dir_path>
Removes the specified file from the file exclusion list of the volume protected by Unified Write Filter.
Unified Write Filter stops excluding the file from filtering after the next system restart.
uwfmgr overlay get-config
Displays configuration settings for the Unified Write Filter overlay. Displays information for both the
current and the next session.
uwfmgr registry /?
Displays configuration settings for exclusions of registry keys.
Tip: If you open a Command Prompt window and enter uwfmgr ? or uwfmgr help, all available
commands are displayed. For information on a command, use uwfmgr help <command>. For
example, for information on the command, volume, enter the following: uwfmgr help volume.
CAUTION:
Administrators should use file security to prevent undesired usage of these commands.
Do not attempt to flush while another flush operation is in progress.
Enabling and Disabling the Write Filter Using the Desktop
Icons
The Unified Write Filter can also be enabled or disabled through the Write Filter Enable/Disable desktop
icons. The icon in the notification area of the taskbar indicates the active or inactive status of the Unified
Write Filter by the colors green and red respectively.
Dell Wyse WF Enable Icon (Green)— Double-clicking this icon enables the Unified Write Filter. This
utility is similar to running the uwfmgr filter enable command-line as described in Running Unified
Write Filter Command-Line Options. However, double-clicking this icon immediately restarts the
system and enables the Unified Write Filter. The Unified Write Filter status icon in the notification area
of the taskbar is green when the Unified Write Filter is enabled.
Dell Wyse WF Disable Icon(Red)— Double-clicking this icon allows you to disable the Unified Write
Filter. This utility is similar to running the uwfmgr filter disable command-line option as described in
Running Unified Write Filter Command-Line Options. However, double-clicking this icon immediately
restarts the system. The Unified Write Filter status icon in the notification area of the taskbar remains
red while the Unified Write Filter is disabled.
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