Generally, the Last Known Good is recreated after each successful logon.
Sometimes the new LKG is not really good. Particularly if you are using an image
and you don’t want anyone replacing what you know is a good LKG registry. To
disable the creation of a Last Know Good registry at each boot for Windows NT /
NT / Windows 2000 keep three versions of the registry controlset.
- ControlSet\Select Subkey Entries
- Restoring Previous ControlSet After Using LastKnownGood
how to manually select the correct controlset
- Saving and Restoring Existing Windows NT Shares
- Missing Last Known Good Menu