Get-UevConfiguration

Aggiornamento: gennaio 2015

Si applica a: User Experience Virtualization 2.0, User Experience Virtualization 2.1

Get-UevConfiguration

Gets the configuration settings.

Sintassi

Parameter Set: ParameterSetComputer
Get-UevConfiguration -Computer [ <CommonParameters>]

Parameter Set: ParameterSetDetails
Get-UevConfiguration -Details [ <CommonParameters>]

Parameter Set: ParameterSetUser
Get-UevConfiguration -CurrentComputerUser [ <CommonParameters>]




Descrizione dettagliata

The Get-UevConfiguration cmdlet gets the configuration settings. If you specify the Computer parameter, the cmdlet gets the settings for all users on the computer. If you specify the CurrentComputerUser parameter, the cmdlet gets the settings for just the current user.

Parametri

-Computer

Indicates that the cmdlet gets the configuration settings for all users on the computer.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-CurrentComputerUser

Indicates that the cmdlet gets the configuration settings for the current user only.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-Details

Indicates that the cmdlet gets the configuration settings, including all of the details.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

<CommonParameters>

Questo cmdlet supporta i parametri comuni: -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -OutBuffer e -OutVariable. Per altre informazioni, vedere   about_CommonParameters (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216).

Input

Il tipo di input è il tipo degli oggetti che è possibile reindirizzare al cmdlet.

Output

Il tipo di output corrisponde al tipo di oggetti generati dal cmdlet.

  • System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary, System.Collections.Generic.KeyValuePair



    This cmdlet generates a KeyValuePair object that represents the setting name and value, if you specify a setting name. Otherwise, this cmdlet generates a list of all of the settings.



Note

  • A setting value can be from four sources (in order of precedence): group policy settings for the current user, group policy settings for the local computer, the current user, and the local computer. If no setting value is found in any of the sources, uses the default setting.

Esempi

Example 1: Get the uev_tla configuration

This command gets the active configuration on the computer where you run the cmdlet.


PS C:\> Get-UevConfiguration

Example 2: Get the computer-wide configuration

This command gets the configuration settings for all users on the computer. The command gets the HKey Local Machine (HKLM) configuration settings that are in the registry.


PS C:\> Get-UevConfiguration -Computer

Example 3: Get the user-specific configuration

This command gets the user-specific configuration, including the HKey Current User (HKCU) configuration settings that are in the registry.


PS C:\> Get-UevConfiguration -CurrentComputerUser

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