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[EX-100-2.2.1.1] [RS6 18362.356] Display Policy Service - breaks Night Light Empty [EX-100-2.2.1.1] [RS6 18362.356] Display Policy Service - breaks Night Light

on Mon 16 Sep 2019 - 9:41
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[EX-100 - 2.2.1.1 64bit] [1903 - v10.0.18362.356] Display Policy Service - breaks Night Light

Services - Display Policy Service
No errors, but once removed, Night Light will lose functionality, Night-Light's On/Off Switch will do nothing.

Please note,
If service is disabled + reboot, Night-Light remains fully functional.
If service is removed with WinReducer EX100-2.2.1.1 x64 - it becomes non-functional.

Similar impact when removing Windows-Sidebar:
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on Tue 1 Oct 2019 - 18:39
yea thanks for pointing that out, i was looking for the component that broke the frikkin night light What a Face
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zzony

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on Sat 25 Jan 2020 - 3:45
Use EX-100-2.3 64bit streamlined windows10 home x64 1909。
The Home version system does not have a Display Policy Service. Experiments have shown nothing to do with this service.
Keeping Windows-Sidebar did not solve the problem.
On windows10 home x64 1909, I only encountered the problem of Night Light, and others found no exceptions.
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on Sat 25 Jan 2020 - 3:50
Hope winterstorm2050 solves this problem first.
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on Sat 25 Jan 2020 - 23:23
I am experiencing the same on 19H2 (EX-100 - v2.3.0.0) if I try to disable "Connected Devices Platform service" (and I suppose also "Connected Devices Platform user service") which results in night light button greyed out. There have been many user reports about the service using too much disk space and causing sluggish performance on some computers. Is known to spark a lot of errors in the Windows Event Log. One of these errors was the "Error 7023".
The only way to stop it running is to disable it. It should be Xbox/SmartGlass related and may be some bluetooth, but it seems to involve also Night Light.
Winterstorm may want to see if it is possible to remove the xbox related part and keep required bluetooth and night light mode functionalities.
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on Mon 27 Jan 2020 - 0:05
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on Mon 27 Jan 2020 - 0:36
Excellent icy007! Did you checked if those apps consume (at least) no more than the same resources consumed from the built in Night Light mode?
For sure they offer much more customizations (although I doubt I will ever need such customizations, the default ones on Windows are more than enough) , but I am afraid at the expense of system resources.
It would be very nice if we can fully remove the connected device platform service and Display Policy Service. Did you experienced any breakage other than Night Light mode?
There is also the  DisplayEnhancementService to keep in mind. Without it the slider to adjust brightness is greyed out and, from what I see, these apps can't handle this.
Many thanks icy
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on Mon 27 Jan 2020 - 2:57
Using flux is different, and it is obvious when browsing text pages.
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icy007

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on Mon 27 Jan 2020 - 10:52
There is also easydark.exe
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Some  chrome clones have a dark mode
But i do not care about it, it is a gadget
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on Tue 28 Jan 2020 - 4:45
Yes, it's a gadget that consume resources for nothing. Just set dark mode in WR and we are fine. Today we all use dark mode for the sanity of eyes.
Icy, since you are an expert in dark mode...
I can hope that the final steps of my final and definitive custom iso will come soon and one these steps is the theme tab.

I like so much Arc Dark theme for Windows 10, but the author seems to have abandoned its development (last version is 1903 and on 1909 only work at half):
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What you use for theming?
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on Tue 28 Jan 2020 - 10:38
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on Tue 28 Jan 2020 - 12:52
icy007 wrote:none at all [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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And you're not wrong at all to avoid custom themes because you save yourself from bad headaches. Never try custom themes because if you do it will be hard to come back to default windows themes!
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on Wed 11 Mar 2020 - 15:04
Use EX-100-2.3.1.0 64bit streamlined windows10 home x64 1909。
Keep the following items:
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Brightness" Selected="false" />
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Switch" Selected="false" />
Remove - Accessories" Name="Windows Sidebar" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - AGP" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast (Wireless Display)" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Mirror" Selected="false" />
Remove - Network" Name="Geolocation" Selected="false" />
Services" Name="Connected Devices Platform Service" Selected="false" Value="" />
Services" Name="Connected Devices Platform User Service" Selected="false" Value="" />
Services" Name="Display Policy Service" Selected="false" Value="" />
Services" Name="Geolocation Service" Selected="false" Value="" />

After entering the system, the following services cannot be prohibited:
Web Account Manager(TokenBroker)
Connected Device Platform Services(CDPSvc)
Functional Access Manager Service(camsvc)

Geolocation Service Can be banned

After testing, the night light function can be used normally.
Some of these items should be able to be deleted and tested later when available.

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on Thu 26 Mar 2020 - 2:32
The following can be streamlined without affecting the night light function:
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Brightness" Selected="false" />
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Switch" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - AGP" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast (Wireless Display)" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Mirror" Selected="false" />
Remove - Network" Name="Geolocation" Selected="false" />
Services" Name="Geolocation Service" Selected="false" Value="" />
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on Thu 26 Mar 2020 - 2:33
The following can be streamlined without affecting the night light function:
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Brightness" Selected="false" />
Remove - Accessories" Name="Display Switch" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - AGP" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Miracast (Wireless Display)" Selected="false" />
Remove - Drivers" Name="Display - Mirror" Selected="false" />
Remove - Network" Name="Geolocation" Selected="false" />
Services" Name="Geolocation Service" Selected="false" Value="" />
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