If I associate a bundle to a workstation which has USER associated events such as registry edit or run as user, then I get many many of these;

There is no user session available or user session cannot be determined.

My guess is that this should be more of an informational message, not an ERROR message so that I don't see it when my error level is set to ERROR.

Am I correct, or is this truly indicating a problem?

Right now I am modifying these apps to be USER associated, and to run at device refresh X minutes after refresh. They are RUN ONCE mostly. In ZCM 6.5 I associated almost everything like this to workstations, but run as user if workstation associated. This was due to the fact many many people bypassed the NWGina logon, so workstation association worked better.