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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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Summary

In this chapter, we have seen the various methods for allowing users to keep their settings. Our lab example is now using all these technologies, but possibly not in a way that we would use in production. UPDs can only be used in isolation if we restrict our users to one collection. If not, we need to use either Roaming Profiles or UE-V. Both of these techniques can be used in conjunction with Folder Redirection and Offline Files, but UE-V is smarter in the way it synchronizes settings for applications and Windows, and if we have MDOP, we should use it. The other reason for using UE-V is that it works well with another part of MDOP: App-V. That's what we'll be looking at in the next chapter along with another kind of application virtualization—RD ...

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