Profile Management

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This release includes the following new features and enhancements. It also addresses several issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Enhancement to profile streaming in concurrent session scenarios

A new policy, Enable profile streaming for pending area, is now available as an enhancement to the profile streaming feature. This enhancement ensures optimal logon experience in concurrent session scenarios. For more information, see Stream user profiles.

Concurrent session support for Outlook search data roaming

A new policy, Enable Concurrent session support for Outlook search data roaming, is now available as an enhancement to the Search index roaming for Outlook policy. With the two policies enabled, Citrix Profile Management can provide a native Outlook search experience in concurrent sessions. For more information, see Enable native Outlook search experience.

Enable asynchronous processing for user Group Policy on logon

Windows provides both synchronous and asynchronous processing modes for user Group Policy. Windows uses a registry value to determine the processing mode for the next user logon. If the registry value doesn’t exist, synchronous mode is applied.

With a new policy, Enable asynchronous processing for user Group Policy on logon, the registry value can now roam with users. As a result, the actual processing mode is applied each time users log on. For more information, see Enable asynchronous processing for user Group Policy on logon.

Support for roaming OneDrive folders (preview)

With a new policy, Enable OneDrive container, OneDrive folders can now roam with users. A user’s OneDrive folders are stored in a VHDX file (called OneDrive container). The VHDX file is attached on user logon and detached on user logoff. For more information, see Enable the OneDrive container.

Starting with this release, the profile container for the entire profile now supports roaming OneDrive folders by default.

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