A policy profile is a named collection of settings of a policy that is activated on a client device (computer or mobile device) when the device satisfies specified activation rules. Activation of a profile modifies the policy settings that were active on the device before the profile was activated.What is profile single process security policy setting?
Describes the best practices, location, values, policy management, and security considerations for the Profile single process security policy setting. This policy setting determines which users can view a sample performance of an application process.What does it mean when a profile is activated?
Activation of a profile modifies the policy settings that were active on the device before the profile was activated. Those settings take values that have been specified in the profile. Policy profiles are necessary for devices within a single administration group to run under different policy settings.How does the profiler DLL work?
The profiler DLL is loaded by the CLR at run time. Traditional profiling tools focus on measuring the execution of the application. That is, they measure the time that is spent in each function or the memory usage of the application over time.