Windows file system settings are stored in the File system key.
File System key
NTFS Disable Short (8.3) Filename Creation value
|0||For NTFS short (8.3) filenames are created|
|1||For NTFS short (8.3) filenames are not created|
NTFS Disable Last Access Time value
|0||For NTFS the last-accessed timestamp of a file is updated whenever the file is opened.|
|1||For NTFS the last-accessed timestamp of a file is not updated whenever the file is opened.|
TODO the explanation of the values differs between versions of Windows
The meaning of the value 0 for Windows 2000 according to NtfsDisableLastAccessUpdate:
When listing directories, NTFS updates the last-access timestamp on each directory it detects, and it records each time change in the NTFS log.
In contrast to the meaning of the value 0 for Windows 2003 according to NtfsDisableLastAccessUpdate:
NTFS updates the last-accessed timestamp of a file whenever that file is opened.
TODO value does not exist by default until Windows XP SP3/Vista