Things You Should Know About Windows Profile Management

By Benny Tritsch — July 28th, 2010 – 12:25

You are an IT professional and you want to learn about the general concepts behind Windows user profile management before introducing Immidio Flex Profiles to your corporate IT environment?  Immidio provides a technical whitepaper that helps you with this.

Why are Windows user profiles so critically important for corporate IT environments? User profiles are about individual workspaces, each one reflecting its owner’s personality. They may well include business critical information represented by unique, user-specific data and settings related to desktops and applications.  In the past, when users only needed to deal with one physical desktop and one profile, things were relatively simple.  But now they tend to have access to corporate and private applications through multiple physical desktops.  In addition to that, remote desktops and the advent of virtual desktop infrastructures are making things even more challenging.  Using a wider spectrum of applications running on multiple desktops, with each desktop optimized for dedicated tasks, is the way users will be working in the near future.

But how can you manage user profiles efficiently in multi-desktop environments with different Windows versions, such as Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008?  If you always wanted to have a profound answer to this question, this whitepaper is for you.  Be prepared to get some technical insights that go beyond what Microsoft calls User State Virtualization.  The successful management of user profiles turns out to be of growing relevance, both for physical and virtual Windows desktop infrastructures.  In this whitepaper you can read how it’s done.

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