In the Advanced tab, you can configure file processing, skipping large or old files, and OS-specific settings.

FlexEngine usually processes all configuration files in the General folder that the user has NTFS read access to at logon and logoff. To change this, turn off the Process during logon and logoff option. Use this option to disable processing of a Flex configuration file. The option is also automatically turned off if you enable DirectFlex or configure App-V 4.x integration for a Flex configuration file.

You can optionally specify a maximum size and a maximum age for files that are included in a profile archive. If files larger than the specified size are encountered, they are skipped and the filename and size are added to the log file, if logging is enabled. Files that were last modified more than the specified number of days ago are skipped, while logging the filenames and last modification dates.

The profile archives created by VMware User Environment Manager can be used across different Windows versions. For instance settings saved for an application on Windows XP can be imported on Windows 7. To manage certain settings per OS, click Settings are OS-specific. If you enable it, profile archives created on a certain Windows version will only be read back in sessions that are running on that same Windows version.