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Deploying UE-V 2.0

Updated: December 2, 2013

Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 2.0

There are a number of different deployment configurations that Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) 2.0 supports. This section includes general information and step-by-step procedures to help you successfully perform the tasks that you must complete at different stages of your deployment.

Deployment information for UE-V 2.0

A UE-V deployment requires a settings storage location on a network share and a UE-V Agent that is installed on every computer that synchronizes settings. The UE-V Group Policy templates can be used to manage UE-V settings. The following topics describe how to deploy these features.

Deployment information for custom template deployment

If you plan to create custom settings location templates for applications other than the Microsoft applications that are included in UE-V, such as line-of-business applications, you can deploy a settings template catalog. You must install the UE-V Generator to create those templates. For more information, see Planning for Custom Template Deployment for Desktop Applications in UE-V 2.0.

  • Installing the UE-V 2.0 Generator

    Use the UE-V Generator to create, edit, and validate custom settings location templates that help synchronize settings of applications other than the default applications.

  • Deploying the Settings Template Catalog for UE-V 2.0

    If you must deploy custom settings location templates to support applications other than the default applications in the UE-V Agent, you must configure a settings template catalog to store them.

  • Deploying Settings Location Templates for UE-V 2.0

    If you must synchronize applications other than the default applications in the UE-V Agent, you can distribute the custom setting location templates that are created by using the UE-V Generator to the UE-V settings template catalog.

    noteNote
    The deployment of custom templates requires a settings template catalog. The default Microsoft application templates are deployed by using the UE-V Agent.

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