User Environment Management in Azure RemoteApp – Part 3

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In the first 2 blogposts of this series I’ve focused on using UE-V in Azure RemoteApp environment. The first part was focusing on implementing UE-V in Azure RemoteApp and the second part focused on migrating user settings from on premise applications to Azure RemoteApp using UE-V. In this blogpost I want to focus add some additional information regarding the use of User Profile Disks in Azure RemoteApp. During the time of writing the information below was not available to me.

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User Environment Management in Azure RemoteApp – Part 2

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In the first blogpost of this series I described how User Experience Virtualization can be used to virtualize the user application settings in Azure RemoteApp. Within Azure RemoteApp the User Profile Disk is the standard way of saving application settings. But in a Enterprise organizations with more environments it could be useful to use a User Environment Management solution for saving application settings. In this blogpost I want to continue use UE-V but now focusing on migrating application settings from an on premise workstations to Azure RemoteApp.

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Managing your UE-V Agent Settings with Configuration Manager 2012 R2

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In this blogpost I’ve described how UE-V can be used in Azure RemoteApp to collect and save user settings. This solution works in combination with the existing User Profile Management solution (User Profile Disk) used in Azure RemoteApp. In the coming blogposts I want to focus on Application Settings migration scenarios and I want to look into 3rd party solutions like AppSense and RES. In this blogpost I want to focus on managing UE-V Agent settings with Configuration Manager 2012 R2. UE-V Agent Settings can be managed through Group Policies, PowerShell and Configuration Manager. This blogpost will not focus on Group Policies and PowerShell management, but it will focus on the implementation with Configuration Manager.
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