Install and Configure User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)
The "Install and Configure User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)" module provides you with the instruction and server hardware to develop your hands on skills in the defined topics. This module includes the following exercises: Enable System Requirements for UE-V, Deploy UE-V Storage Locations, Deploy UE-V Software Components, Test UE-V...
The Install and Configure User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) module provides you with the instruction and server hardware to develop your hands on skills in the defined topics. This module includes the following exercises:
- Enable System Requirements for UE-V
- Deploy UE-V Storage Locations
- Deploy UE-V Software Components
- Test UE-V Client Settings
Exercise 1 - Enable System Requirements for UE-V
User Environment Virtualization (UE-V) is a technology that provides a consistent Windows environment on a desktop, laptop and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) sessions. UE-V is one of the components in the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) that administrators can utilize to manage a roaming desktop environment for end-users in a corporate network.
MDOP software is available for Microsoft Partners only through paid software subscription service.
In this exercise, you will enable the system requirements for setting up UE-V in a Windows Active Directory domain.
Exercise 2 - Deploy UE-V Storage Locations
UE-V requires the Settings Store. This is a shared folder that contains applications and Windows settings. In this exercise, you will deploy the settings location, a shared folder where settings will be stored in a settings package file.
Exercise 3 - Deploy UE-V Software Components
After creating the shared folders that will be used as storage for UE-V settings, you will now install the following UE-V software components:
- UE-V Agent - this software is installed on managed client computers. This agent monitors changes in the applications installed on user computers and synchronize these changes to the settings store.
- UE-V Settings Location Template - this is a file that defines locations of registry settings that UE-V use to synchronize with the settings store.
- UE-V Generator - this software installed on the server captures application settings and locations. It generates the XML-based settings location template that the UE-V agent reads.
Exercise 4 - Test UE-V Client Settings
After setting up the system requirements, created the shared folders for UE-V, and installed UE-V software components, you will now verify if the UE-V settings are enforced on the Windows clients.
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