Create and Share Your Microsoft UE-V Settings Location Template
With the recent announcement of Microsoft UE-V Release Candidate, many of you are already seeing how it can easily roam the experience for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Microsoft Office 2010 applications, regardless of how they are deployed. Now you want to move on to the next step of creating a settings location template for your line-of-business or third-party applications. For those of you who are not familiar with settings location templates, they are XML files that tell the UE-V agent:
Creating these templates is easy using the UE-V Generator. This wizard-based tool, which you can get from the Microsoft Connect site, will help automate the creation of your templates. To make it even easier, I am going to walk you step-by-step through using the tool with Microsoft Expression Design 4.
Now that you have created a template, why not share it with the community? To make this easy, we have created a
Settings Location Template Gallery so you can share and find templates.
About the Author
A.J. Smith is a Senior Product Marketing Manager in the Windows Client Commercial Marketing Team at Microsoft focused on the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) and user state virtualization.
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