MDOP User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) makes it easier to give mobile users access to their unique profiles, data, and settings across their Windows PC devices. It provides users with a consistent, personal, Windows experience that matches their unique work style, while making it easy for you to deliver this user-defined experience across many devices.In this Level 300 course, take a deep dive into the latest version of UE-V, and get the details on how you should plan and execute your deployment, using UE-V templates to synchronize your application settings. And explore best practices for managing your UE-V infrastructure.Instructor | Aaron Ruckman - Microsoft Senior Program Manager MDOP Engineering
Explore three areas of MDOP: virtualization of the experience, applications, and the operating system. Learn how to manage key Windows features and restore Windows (saving time associated with troubleshooting and repairing system failures).
Learn more about geographical planning, securing a setting storage share, and the agent-supported matrix.
Find out about UE-V controlled apps, default templates, and custom templates, as well as in-box templates.
Learn about managing stand-alone and via Group Policy. See demos of ADMX templates and managing via Config Manager. And hear about PowerShell and WMI cmdlets.
The information in this module provides you with an opportunity to dive deeper into MDOP User Experience Virtualization, at your own pace.