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Evaluating UE-V 2.0

Updated: December 2, 2013

Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 2.0

Before deploying Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) 2.0 into a production environment, you should evaluate it in a test environment. The information in this topic can be used to quickly set up User Experience Virtualization. While UE-V is highly configurable, you can deploy UE-V to synchronize Windows desktop settings, Windows 8 App settings, and Microsoft Office settings with a few steps.

Planning for UE-V 2.0

UE-V requires a settings store for synchronized settings packages be defined for the UE-V agent. The following checklist helps you understand the UE-V features and how they work.


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Review the Getting Started information about UE-V 2.0 to gain a basic understanding of the product before you plan the deployment.

Getting Started With User Experience Virtualization 2.0

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Prepare your environment for UE-V 2.0 deployment.

Preparing Your Environment for UE-V 2.0

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Plan which Windows 8 apps end users can synchronize by using UE-V 2.0.

Planning for Windows 8 App Settings Synchronization for UE-V 2.0

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Familiarize yourself with the administration and management tasks for UE-V 2.0.

Administering UE-V 2.0

Deploying UE-V 2.0

UE-V uses a settings store to store settings packages. You can deploy the UE-V agent to define this store for users’ computers and to begin synchronizing settings.


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Deploy the network share to store settings packages.

Deploying the Settings Storage Location for UE-V 2.0

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Deploy UE-V 2.0 to users’ computers.

Deploying the UE-V 2.0 Agent

This basic installation synchronizes the default Microsoft Windows and Office settings and many Windows 8 app settings. For a list of supported settings and to learn more about synchronizing line-of-business and third-party applications, see Planning Which Applications to Synchronize with UE-V 2.0.

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