Microsoft Releases User Experience Virtualization (UEV)

by Jason Conger [Published on 13 Sept. 2012 / Last Updated on 13 Sept. 2012]

Microsoft recently released their new User Experience Virtualization (UEV) technology that allows user preferences, application settings, offline files, and generally anything that makes a virtual desktop or session personal to the end user. This technology goes beyond simple user profiles and uses streaming technology (like App-V does) to keep the user experience consistent between sessions and desktops.

Some of the new features include:

Ability to control UE-V on a per-user basis using Security Groups and a new Group Policy.
Performance improvements by allowing for settings packages to be processed concurrently
Ability to control synchronization using Windows PowerShell
Support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 RTM

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Microsoft recently released their new User Experience Virtualization (UEV) technology that allows user preferences, application settings, offline files, and generally anything that makes a virtual desktop or session personal to the end user. This technology goes beyond simple user profiles and uses streaming technology (like App-V does) to keep the user experience consistent between sessions and desktops. Some of the new features include:
  • Ability to control UE-V on a per-user basis using Security Groups and a new Group Policy.
  • Performance improvements by allowing for settings packages to be processed concurrently
  • Ability to control synchronization using Windows PowerShell
  • Support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 RTM
  • Continue at source...

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