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Planning for UE-V Configuration

Updated: November 1, 2012

Applies To: User Experience Virtualization 1.0

You can configure Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) to meet the specific needs of your enterprise by defining which applications are deployed and which configurations define the UE-V behavior.

Plan which applications to synchronize with UE-V

UE-V includes a set of predefined settings location templates. UE-V also allows administrators to create custom settings location templates for other applications, including third-party or line-of-business applications that are used in the enterprise. This topic includes a list of applications that are included with the UE-V client and guidance on how to include custom settings location templates.

Planning Which Applications to Synchronize with UE-V

Checklist for Evaluating Line-of-Business Applications for UE-V

Guidance on whether a line-of-business application should be synchronized.

Checklist for Evaluating Line-of-Business Applications for UE-V

Plan custom template deployment

In order to support other applications, including third-party applications, you must create custom settings location templates by using the UE-V Generator, and deploy them to a settings template catalog.

Planning for Custom Template Deployment

Plan for UE-V configuration

UE-V configurations determine how settings are synchronized throughout the enterprise. These configurations can be made before, during, or after the UE-V Agent is deployed. UE-V provides a variety of configuration methods

Planning for UE-V 1.0 Configuration Methods

See Also

Other Resources

Planning for UE-V 1.0

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