Hi, I hope this is the right place to ask...
Is there any documentation, known reasons, or use cases as to why these particular registry entries exist:
by default, they are both set at zero.
The names themselves imply some sort of barrier or security setting but I do not want to make any assumptions between (some namespaces? but where or is this farfetched).
Testing them seems to indicate that if I enable (i.e. set to 1) InteractiveUserSeparation my graphics and general user experience completely breaks (errors on disk access and black background screen etc...). I wish I had a screenshot. (on restart)
However, enabling AppContainerUserSeparation does not (so far) seem to cause any errors or any applications to break so far.
Running Process Explorer doesn't yield much information as most of the Windows store apps I have seem to be in working shape still even after the restart.
I do not know where to start looking either as a preliminary search on the web fares me nothing.
If there is no value in having it (from any standpoint) enabled, I see fair point to leave it untouched.
Forgive my curiosity in advance.
Thanks for all your help.