Custom backgrounds in Microsoft Teams is a really great feature, I love it! Use it all the time! I got a question if users can roam their custom backgrounds somehow between machines and of course User Experience Virtualization(UE-V) comes to the rescue. If UE-V is already used and configured on the computers it is really
In my work to get Google Chrome being a good citizen in an enterprise environment it is not time to look at roaming the Chrome settings. Chrome has support for roaming profile data and it can be enabled using a Group Policy which is great. Is it perfect, no it doesn’t roam Extensions for example.
To follow up on my post earlier this week about how to enable UE-V during OSD and get it to sync Internet Explorer favorites I will cover UE-V templates Powershell and a template share. In UE-V we can define a central template share where we can drop a UE-V template and the clients will automatically
User Experience Virtualization(UE-V) is builtin Windows 10 1607 and no longer a standalone installer as it has been before. This is great as UE-V is a very powerful solution to Synchronize application settings like for instance Outlook signatures; IE favorites, Windows themes and so on. When we design and build our new Windows 10 platform
In Windows 10 1607 App-V and UE-V are built-in natively in the Operating System (Not in Pro) and no additional setup needs to be run anymore, this is awesome! Both App-V and UE-V can be enabled using a Group Policy or by using the following Powershell commands, Enable-Appv and Enable-UEV. In some scenarios especially for