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Environment Manager

 

Get ready to rethink user management

Supporting employees working from the office, branch office, on the road… or an island is about to get a lot easier. AppSense Environment Manager enables IT to deliver a personalized, persistent desktop experience to any desktop, physical or virtual - on any Windows OS, regardless of how the desktop and applications are delivered.   Now IT can easily manage users on cross-platform environments using multiple desktop delivery systems and end point devices/client accessing devices, securely and cost-effectively.

Product Description

AppSense Environment Manager is the ONLY solution that manages the most complex and diverse combinations of users, apps, and data across enterprise desktop environments. It provides precise user control with a powerful user-based policy and personalization engine that delivers user and application settings on-demand to any desktop, on any device based on the context of the user, location, time, device and many other granular options.

When disconnected, User policy and personalization settings persist off-line, then 'sync' with the corporate network next time they reconnect. Not only does this provide centralized user management, but it also enables User personas to be dynamically applied to any desktop environment - physical, virtual, or published.

Capabilities

  • Centralized user management
  • Enterprise-wide user policy + personalization controls
  • On-demand user delivery to any desktop, plus offline mode
  • IT-managed OS and application user controls
  • Helpdesk user snapshots, rollback and self-healing
  • User self-service options

Key Benefits

  • Simplifies Windows 7 migrations and deployment
  • Dramatically reduces desktop and support costs
  • Improved density and control in VDI and published desktops
  • Eliminates roaming profile corruption
  • Seamless physical and virtual desktop integration

How it Works

The user settings are redirected from the original physical registry, file and system location to a virtualized area called the Personal Virtual Cache (PVC). This also serves as a virtual user layer across all physical desktops, managing the user once, across every platform, which makes all application sessions interchangeable and part of the service-provision fabric. The virtualized user can now be decoupled from the current operating system and the same central settings are applied to all delivery methods without saving settings or having to logoff or log back in.

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