- What's new
- System requirements
- How Profile Management works
Plan your deployment
- Decide on a configuration
- Pilot? Production?
- Migrate profiles? New profiles?
- Persistent? Provisioned? Dedicated? Shared?
- Mobile? Static?
- Which applications?
- Review, test, and activate Profile Management
- Plan for multiple platforms
- Share Citrix user profiles on multiple file servers
- Administer profiles within and across OUs
- Domain and forest support in Profile Management
- High availability and disaster recovery with Profile Management
- Scenario 1 - Basic setup of geographically adjacent user stores and failover clusters
- Scenario 2 - Multiple folder targets and replication
- Scenario 3 - Disaster recovery
- Scenario 4 - The traveling user
- Scenario 5 - Load-balancing user stores
- Plan folder redirection with Profile Management
- Third-party directory, authentication, and file services
- Frequently asked questions about profiles on multiple platforms and Profile Management migration
- Install and set up
- Upgrade and migrate
- Resolve conflicting profiles
- Specify a template or mandatory profile
- Choose a migration policy
- Enable Profile Management
- Configuration precedence
- About the Profile Management .ini file
- Include and exclude items
- Define which groups' profiles are processed
- Specify the path to the user store
- Store certificates
- Stream user profiles
- Configure folder redirection
- Manage cookie folders and other transactional folders
- Configure offline profiles
- Configure the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP)
- Configure active write back
- Configure cross-platform settings
- Force user logoffs
- Synchronize file security attributes
- Enable large file handling
- Enable application profiler
- Enable native Outlook search experience
- Profile Management and XenApp
- Profile Management and XenDesktop
- Profile Management and VDI-in-a-Box
- Profile Management and UE-V
- Profile Management and ShareFile
- Profile Management and App-V
- Profile Management and Provisioning Services
- Preconfigure Profile Management on provisioned images
- Profile Management and Self-service Plug-in
- Profile Management and VMware
- Profile Management and Outlook
- Using Windows profiles with Password Manager and Single Sign-on
- Google Chrome browser
- Firefox browser
Enable native Outlook search experience
With this feature, the Outlook cache file (*.ost) and the Microsoft search database specific to the user are roamed along with the user profile.
First, enable Microsoft Windows Search Service, and set its startup type to “Automatic.” Then follow the steps below to enable search index roaming for Outlook.
- Open the Group Policy Management Editor.
- Under Policies > Administrative Templates: Policy definitions (ADM) > Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) > Citrix > Profile Management > Advanced settings, double-click the Enable search index roaming for Outlook policy.
- Select Enabled. Click OK.
If search index roaming is not configured in Group Policy objects, the value from the .ini file is used. If this setting is not configured anywhere, it is enabled by default.
For your changes to take effect, run the gpupdate /force command from the command prompt. You must log off all sessions and then log on again. For details, see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490983.aspx.
- Software requirements:
Microsoft Windows 10 1709 (64-bit edition) or Windows Server 2016 Microsoft Outlook 2016 32-bit edition
- Supported Microsoft Windows Search Service (SearchIndexer.exe) versions:
7.0.1393.2125 7.0.1393.1884 7.0.1393.1770 7.0.9600.18722 7.0.14393.1884 7.0.10240.17443 7.0.15063.413 7.0.16299.15 7.0.16299.248
- Concurrent sessions on multiple machines are not supported.