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Planning for UE-V 1.0 Configuration Methods

Updated: November 1, 2012

Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 1.0

Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) configurations determine how settings are synchronized throughout the enterprise. This topic describes how UE-V configurations are created to help you formulate a configuration plan that best meets your business requirements.

Configuration methods for UE-V

You can configure UE-V before, during, or after agent installation, depending on the configuration method that you use.

Group Policy: existing Group Policy infrastructure can be used to configure UE-V before or after UE-V Agent deployment. The UE-V ADMX template enables the central management of common UE-V Agent configuration options, and it includes settings to configure UE-V synchronization. Network environments that use Group Policy can preconfigure UE-V in anticipation of agent deployment.

Command-line or Batch Script Installation: parameters that are used with the deployment of the UE-V Agent allow the configuration of many UE-V settings. Electronic software distribution systems, such as System Center Configuration Manager, use these parameters to configure their clients when deploying and installing the UE-V Agent software. For a list of installation parameters and sample installation scripts, see Deploying the UE-V Agent.

PowerShell and WMI: scripted commands using PowerShell or WMI can be used to modify configurations after the UE-V Agent has been installed. For a list of PowerShell and WMI commands, see Managing the UE-V 1.0 Agent and Packages with PowerShell and WMI.

Edit Registry Settings: UE-V settings are stored in the registry and can be modified by using any tool that can modify registry settings, such as RegEdit.

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Registry modification can result in data loss or the computer becoming unresponsive. We recommend that you use other configuration methods.

UE-V configuration settings

The following are examples of UE-V configuration settings:

  • Setting Storage Path: specifies the location of the file share that stores the UE-V settings.

  • Settings Template Catalog Path: specifies the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path that defines the location that was checked for new settings location templates.

  • Register Microsoft Templates: specifies whether the default Microsoft templates should be registered during installation.

  • Synchronization Method: specifies whether the Windows Offline Files feature is used for offline support.

  • Synchronization Timeout: specifies the number of milliseconds that the computer waits before timeout when retrieving the user settings from the settings storage location.

  • Synchronization Enable: specifies whether the UE-V settings synchronization is enabled or disabled.

  • Maximum Package Size: specifies a settings package file threshold size in bytes at which the UE-V Agent reports a warning.

See Also

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