So my recent discussion about the user.mtx file, etc, had me looking at the files saved along with it.
Why both a history.pax and a history_ugmgr.pax? I thought it was native vs. managed history, but the files look different.
I also saw some strange files, which looked to be versions of the nx_mru.txt. Are these from crashed sessions?
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history files are separate for managed and native NX sessions, since the paths inside are different.
everything with a cryptic name starting with the name of the operating system user and some hex values is a temporary file that was left from a crashed attempt of saving something and can be deleted without notice.
I would also delete the corrupt MTX file to prevent problems if the user would reactivate it.
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