ProfileUnity and FlexApp Keeps Leading with Advancements in v6.7
ProfileUnity and FlexApp v6.7 was recently made generally available with new and innovative features that further simplify User Environment Management and Application Layering. The new version includes advancements that you won’t find in basic profile management and layering solutions from Citrix, VMware, or any other vendor.
Let’s get right to the innovation.
ProfileUnity now includes Role Based Access and Auditing (video demo). This feature grants the ability to apply administrative user roles to any feature set in ProfileUnity, including the FlexApp Layering solution. This gives powerful delegated authority to team members. For example, now you can deem an administrator on your team as the application delivery specialist and permit all of the features that user is entitled to do perform his/her duties. Permissions for that person to manage and modify might include FlexApp Layering, Registry key modifications, and assignment of virtual disks. Another administrator might have permissions over only printer management and so on. ProfileUnity’s active Auditing feature keeps a running log of changes by user, date, and time so your teams are aware of what’s been changed in the environment.
ProfileUnity also now extends ProfileDisk options to Microsoft RDSH and Citrix XenApp users. The benefit is that you gain the ability to have a very fast user profile even when it is encumbered by Microsoft Office 365/Outlook caching or other large data files. Although, the true power of ProfileDisk is still realized when you couple it with ProfileUnity’s longstanding Profile Portability features which can instantly adapt a profile to be used across Windows OS versions – making user migrations across Windows 7/10 and Server 2012/16 versions automatic for users. ProfileUnity remains the Only UEM solution to offer an embedded ProfileDisk options and true profile portability.
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