User Experience Virtualization in Windows 10 by David Papkin

This post by David Papkin is about UE-V User Experience Virtualization in Windows 10.

Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) captures and centralizes application settings and Windows operating system settings for the user. These settings are then applied to the different computers that are accessed by the user, including desktop computers, laptop computers, and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) sessions.

The Windows 10 operating system isolates user state from operating system files and installed
applications in a user profile. Each user has a separate user profile with its own environment, independent from other user environments.

With roaming, user profile changes in user state synchronize with a central server only when a user signs out. Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) synchronizes changes as soon as a user closes an application, without a user having to sign out.

This video demo by David Papkin shows configuring UE-V User Experience Virtualization in Windows 10

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/hh943107.aspx

https://technet.microsoft.com/library/dn458926.aspx

This concludes this post by David Papkin is about UE-V User Experience Virtualization in Windows 10.

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