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Win32_RoamingUserHealthConfiguration

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  HealthStatusForTempProfiles

Data type UInt8

Configure how the Win32_UserProfile::HealthStatus property should reflect the use of temporary profiles.

$HealthStatusForTempProfiles_ReturnValue = 
@{
    0='Healthy'
    1='Unhealthy'
    2='Caution'
}

  LastProfileDownloadIntervalCautionInHours

Data type UInt16

This is the time threshold, in hours, after which the profile health is reported as Caution when the profile has not been downloaded yet

  LastProfileDownloadIntervalUnhealthyInHours

Data type UInt16

This is the time threshold, in hours, after which the profile health is reported as Unhealthy when the profile has not been uploaded yet

  LastProfileUploadIntervalCautionInHours

Data type UInt16

This is the time threshold, in hours, after which the profile health is reported as Caution when the profile has not been uploaded yet

  LastProfileUploadIntervalUnhealthyInHours

Data type UInt16

This is the time threshold, in hours, after which the profile health is reported as Unhealthy when the profile has not been downloaded yet

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Content last updated: 2013-12-27 12:30:13 (UTC).

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