If you are experiencing any of the below problems, upgrade to SVS 2.0 Hotfix 24102:
|Article Title||Description||Article ID|
|User variables do not work when logging off one user and logging on another||The user hive fails to unload during logoff so user variables do not set correctly for next user who logs on.||23621|
|When SVS is installed, users cannot access printer's registry key||When SVS layers are set to Activate on Start, the following key cannot be opened: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Printers.||22367|
|Error using iprint when SVS layers are activated||When layers are set to autoactivate, Iiprint printers are unavailable||21227|
|Second Login on a system with SVS Installed is extremely long.||After installing SVS, it takes an extremely long amount of time to log onto the system the second time.||22774|
|SVS causes a blue screen during install.||During the install of SVS, a blue screen can sometimes occur.||23835|
|German string in Layer Editor of SVS is incorrect.||A string in the Layer Editor UI was incorrectly translated in the German Language.||24528|
|Lack of a particular registry value causes most system variables to not be resolved.||Some systems do not have a \REGISTRY\MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders\ Common Administrative Tools entry which causes FSLX to not load most system variables.||25046|
There were many different causes for the fixes in this hotfix. Some of the issues were simply speeding up the way SVS handled a few things while others required additions to the code.
To see what was addressed in the previous relese (SVS 2.0 SP1) please read the release notes here: http://kb.altiris.com/article.asp?article=23742&p=3
These notes provide a list of fixes that have been provided and installation instructions which also apply to this build of the product.
This upgrade is SVS 2.0.1403