After having done a lot of troubleshooting with the Windows 10 Start Menu on Build 1809, I recognized that I had to adjust my design. It could be smart to have different UEM Config and Profiles for the different builds. This way, I would maintain a consistent setup even if MS makes changes to their OS Build, that isn’t compatible between versions. This ability to differentiate could also be applied to different usergroups or different desktop-pools. I could, for instance, have one UEM Config with a lot of pre-defined settings for one pool of desktops, and another without any of these settings. Very granular and flexible approach to user settings management in other words.
So what I did was this.
I first created separate OU’s for the different builds.
Next I created separate GPO’s that redirects the UEM Agents to different Config and Profiles folders on my DFS share
With this approach I can edit the different configurations as I choose by simply open different configs in my UEM Manager
The different pools in Horizon View are setup to use the different OU’s when deploying new clones.
Again, kudos to VMware for their excellent dev-team for creating this excellent user environment management system….
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