With the VMware acquisition of Immidio, announced in February 2015, VMware has now released VMware User Environment Manager (UEM). In the last several weeks I have been doing some internal testing with UEM and looking at the different things the software can do, and how this will help administrators manage users and improve the user experience.
After the acquisition was complete I kept hearing internal conversations about just how easy UEM is to deploy and get up-and-running, as there is no extra infrastructure needed to configure UEM. All that is required to configure UEM is:
- A couple of file shares
- Configuration of group policy objects (GPOs) on the user organizational unit (OU)
- Installation of UEM agent and manager software
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