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Troubleshooting UE-V 2.0

Updated: December 2, 2013

Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 2.0

Troubleshooting content is not included in the Administrator's Guide for this product. Instead, you can find troubleshooting information for this product on the TechNet Wiki.

Find troubleshooting information

You can use the following information to find troubleshooting content or additional technical content for this product.

Search the MDOP documentation

The first step to find help content in the Administrator’s Guide is to search the MDOP documentation on TechNet. After you search the MDOP documentation, you can search the troubleshooting information for the product in the TechNet Wiki. These search methods are described in the following sections.

To search the MDOP product documentation

  1. Open a web browser and browse to the MDOP Information Experience home page on TechNet.

  2. Locate the Search TechNet with Bing search box and enter your search term.

  3. Review the search results for assistance.

To search the TechNet Wiki

  1. Open a web browser and browse to the TechNet Wiki home page.

  2. Locate the Search TechNet Wiki search box and enter your search term.

  3. Review the search results for assistance.

Create a troubleshooting article

If you have a troubleshooting tip or a best practice to share that is not already included in the MDOP Online Help or TechNet Wiki, you can create your own TechNet Wiki article.

To create a TechNet Wiki troubleshooting or best practices article

  1. Open a web browser and browse to the TechNet Wiki home page.

  2. Sign in with your Microsoft account.

  3. Review the Getting Started section to learn the basics of the TechNet Wiki and its articles.

  4. Select Post an article in the Getting Started section.

  5. On the Wiki article Add Page page, select Insert Template from the toolbar, select the troubleshooting article template, which is named Troubleshooting.html, and then click Insert.

  6. Give the article a descriptive title, and then overwrite the template information as needed to create your article.

  7. After you review your article, add a tag that is named Troubleshooting and another tag for the product name. To add tags help other users find your content.

  8. Click Save to publish the article to the TechNet Wiki.

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