Change the Size of the Windows File Protection Cache (Windows 2000/XP)
The Windows File Protection feature of Windows stores copies of common DLL files and replaces them if the original becomes damaged or lost. This tweak lets you control the maximum amount of space available to be consumed by the backup DLL's.
Disable Windows File Protection (Windows 2000/XP) Popular
Windows 2000 and XP include a feature called Windows File Protection (WFP), part of the System File Checker, which is intended to avoid some of the common DLL consistency issues. This feature may also block valid attempts to change system files and it can therefore be disabled using this tweak.
Manage Windows File Protection Scans (Windows 2000/XP)
This setting controls whether the Windows File Checker (SFC) should scan and replace the protected files during boot up.
Specify the Directory to Store Cached SFC Files (Windows 2000/XP)
This entry is used to specify which directory the Windows File Checker (SFC) should use to store the cached copies of protected files.
Display SFC Progress Meter (Windows 2000/XP)
Specifies whether the Windows File Checker (SFC) progress meter should be displayed during file checking.
Enable System File Protection Popup Notifications (Windows Me)
This tweak controls whether a popup notification message is shown when the System File Protection (SFP) service performs an action.
Windows File Checker Command-line Options (Windows 2000)
The Windows File Checker is used to scans all the protected system files and replaces incorrect versions with a cached copy of the correct version. These are the command-line options to control the Windows file protection (WFP) utility.