Planning to Deploy UE-V 2.0
Updated: December 2, 2013
Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 2.0
You can configure Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) 2.0 to meet the specific requirements of your computing enterprise by defining which applications are deployed and which configurations define the UE-V behavior.
Supported Configurations for UE-V 2.0
Lists the operating systems and computer configurations that are required for UE-V.
Planning which applications to synchronize by using UE-V 2.0
UE-V includes a set of predefined settings location templates for desktop applications and a default list of apps in the AppxPackageList for Windows 8 apps. UE-V also enables administrators to create custom settings location templates for other desktop applications, which include third-party or line-of-business applications that are used in the computing enterprise. Administrators can modify the AppxPackageList. This topic includes a list of applications that are included with the UE-V client. It also has guidance on how to include or exclude applications and how to refine which the desktop application settings are synchronized.
Checklist for evaluating line-of-business applications for UE-V 2.0
The following checklist provides guidance on whether a line-of-business application should be synchronized.
Planning for custom template deployment
In order to support other desktop applications, which includes third-party applications, you must create custom settings location templates by using the UE-V Generator, and deploy them to a settings template catalog.
Planning for Windows 8 App Settings Synchronization for UE-V 2.0
Helps you plan how UE-V supports Windows 8 app settings synchronization.
High Availability for UE-V 2.0
Helps you plan how to configure a highly available environment for UE-V.
UE-V 2.0 Security Considerations
Provides a brief overview of accounts, groups, and other security-related considerations for UE-V.