Good to know: System Center 2012 Configuration Pack for Microsoft User Experience Virtualization

Based on a conversation I had yesterday at the ConfigMgr Community event here , it appears that few people know about the existance of the ConfigMgr pack for Microsoft UE-V. There’s one for UE-V version 1.0 and just a few weeks ago one for UE-V 2.0 was released.

After Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) and its required components are installed, UE-V must be configured. This UE-V Configuration Pack provides a way for administrators to use the Compliance Settings feature of System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 to apply consistent configuration across sites where UE-V is installed.

The UE-V Configuration Pack for UE-V 2.0 provides tools to do the following:

The UE-V Configuration Pack provides tools to do the following:
1.    Create UE-V template distribution baselines.
a.    Defines UE-V templates to be registered or unregistered
b.    Updates UE-V template configuration items and baselines as templates are added or updated.
c.    Distribute and register UE-V templates using standard Configuration Item remediation

2.    Create an Agent policy configuration item to manage the following settings:
a.    Max package size
b.    Setting import delay
c.    Settings import notification
d.    Settings storage path
e.    Sync enablement
f.    Sync method
g.    Sync timeout
h.    Enable/disable Windows 8 app sync
i.    Sync unlisted Windows 8 apps
j.    IT contact URL
k.    IT contact descriptive text
l.    Tray icon enabled
m.    First use notification
n.    Wait for sync on application start
o.    Wait for sync on logon
p.    Wait for sync timeout
q.    Settings template catalog path
r.    Start/Stop UE-V agent service
s.    Define which Windows 8 apps will roam settings

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