The snapvol.cfg configuration is a file located in the root folder of each individual writable volume. This file contains information such as what should and should not be captured on the writable volume for a user-installed application or user data. This configuration file allows writable volumes to be customized to suit business needs, providing granular control and improving the end user experience.
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