Unexpected Visual Results when applying User Settings on Microsoft Windows10

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    Consider the following Scenario:
    • User logs on to a Microsoft Windows 10 RES ONE Workspace Agent.
    • A high resolution display is used.
    • A User Setting which contains HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics has been enabled  (This key is included in the RES ONE Workspace templates Visual Settings, Accessibility Options and All Control Panel Settings).
    After logging in for the second time after the User Setting(s) has been enabled, the user experiences unexpected visual results, which might include (but is not limited to):

    Enlarged start menu and icon fonts:
    Resized icons in the notification area :



    Using a High Resolution Display causes Microsoft Windows 10 to auto scale the display, which conflicts with the configured User Settings.



    Disable the User Setting(s) configured in RES ONE Workspace concerned or exclude HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics from all User Settings for affected Microsoft Windows 10 devices (for example by creating a zone which contains Microsoft Windows 10 devices with a minimal Display Resolution)


    These registry values will no longer be present in the User Setting templates starting from RES ONE Workspace v10.