- Open a Rule Set
Edit > New Rule
- Select the rule type
registry key, or
registry valueto hide. Fonts are hidden by hiding the associated font files. Be sure to hide each file that is part of the font family (bold, italic, and so on).
For example, the Corbel font consists of four files:
corbelz.ttf. Also note that Windows Explorer does not allow you to browse the font directory, so you must enter the path to the font file manually. You must enter the full path of the font file.
In some Versions of Windows, some extra steps are needed in order to get printer hiding to work as intended. Those steps may be found in the Usermode Setup article.
- Redirect Rule: Causes all requests targeted at the Source to be redirected to the Destination.
- Specify Value Rule: Specify the data to be returned for a specific registry value.
Fill in the appropriate fields by entering the text directly or by browsing using the folder icons. If the object is a directory or a registry key, check the
Object is a Directory or Key.
Edit a rule
- Open the Rule Set containing the rule you would like to edit.
- Select the rule and the click
Edit > Edit Rule
Delete a rule
- Open the Rule Set containing the rule you'd like to remove.
- Select the rule and click
Edit > Delete Rule
Allows rules to be flexible.
Files and directories can be redirected to resources located on a network. The user must have appropriate rights to the network resource. To redirect to a network location, enter the path (in UNC format) into the Destination field.
Here is an example video that shows how to use Redirect Rules: