Microsoft USV Settings
These settings allow you to optimize Microsoft User State Virtualization (USV).
Roaming profiles configuration
These settings allow you to configure Workspace Environment Management’s integration with Microsoft roaming profiles.
Process User State Virtualization Configuration. Controls whether the agent processes USV settings. If disabled, no USV settings are processed.
Exclude Administrators. If enabled, USV settings you configure do not apply to administrators. When using this option, consider the following:
- Settings on the Roaming Profiles Configuration and Roaming Profiles Advanced Configuration tabs are machine-level and still apply regardless of whether the option is enabled.
- Settings on the Folder Redirections tabs are user-level. The option controls whether the settings apply to administrators.
Set Windows Roaming Profile Path. Lets you specify the path to your Windows profiles.
Set RDS Roaming Profiles Path. Lets you specify the path to your RDS roaming profiles.
Set RDS Home Drive Path. Lets you specify the path to your RDS home drive and the drive letter it appears with in the user environment.
Roaming profiles advanced configuration
The following are the advanced roaming profile optimization options.
Enable Folder Exclusions. If enabled, the listed folders are not included in a user’s roaming profile. This allows you to exclude specific folders known to contain large amounts of data which the user does not need to have as part of their roaming profile. The list is pre-populated with default Windows 7 exclusions, and can be pre-populated with default Windows XP exclusions instead.
Delete Cached Copies of Roaming Profiles. If enabled, the agent deletes cached copies of the roaming profiles.
Add Administrators Security Group to Roaming User Profiles. If enabled, the Administrators group is added as owner to roaming user profiles.
Do Not Check for User Ownership of Roaming Profiles Folders. If enabled, the agent does not check to see if the user owns the roaming profiles folder before acting.
Do Not Detect Slow Network Connections. If enabled, connection speed detection is skipped.
Wait for Remote User Profile. If enabled, the agent waits for the remote user profile to be fully downloaded before processing its settings.
Profile Cleansing. Opens the Profiles Cleanser wizard, which allows you to delete existing profiles.
To delete existing profiles, click Browse to navigate to the folder where user profiles are stored, click Scan Profiles Folder, and then select the profile folder that you want to clean up on the Profiles Cleanser window. After that, click Cleanse Profiles to start the cleanup.
Cleanse Profiles. This button cleans the selected profiles per the Folder Exclusion settings.
Scan Profiles Folder. Scans the specified folder with the specified recursion settings to find user profiles, then displays all profiles found.
Profiles Root Folder. The root folder of your user profiles. You can also browse to this folder if you like.
Search Recursivity. Controls how many levels of recursion the user profile search goes through.
Process Folder Redirection Configuration. This check box toggles whether the agent processes folder redirections. If it is cleared, no folder redirections are processed. Select the options to control whether and where the user’s folders are redirected.
Delete Local Redirected Folders. If enabled, the agent deletes the local copies of the folders selected for redirection.