Depending on how you installed and configured VMware Dynamic Environment Manager, you can configure computer environment settings using an XML-based approach or a registry-based approach.
If you installed VMware Dynamic Environment Manager with the COMPENVCONFIGFILEPATH property, you can configure the settings in the table that follows as XML attributes in the
A sample configuration file is available in the download package's Agent Configuration Examples\FlexRepository\AgentConfiguration folder.
This file is a UTF-8-encoded XML file with an explicit UTF-8 BOM. You can create this file by using Notepad and selecting the UTF-8 encoding when saving. The file must have the following basic structure:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <agentConfiguration> <setting type="compEnv" setting="..." otherSetting="..." /> </agentConfiguration>
If you chose to perform the configuration using the registry-based approach, the table that follows lists additional registry values that you can configure in the HKLM\SOFTWARE\VMware, Inc.\VMware UEM\Agent\Computer Configuration key.
|Setting Name||Registry Value Type||Default||Notes|
|LogFileName||REG_EXPAND_SZ||Location of the log file, specified as a fully qualified UNC path, including the filename.|
||If a log filename is configured, controls verbose logging to a separate LogFileName-ADMX.log file. To enable, set this value to
||Specifies the maximum size of the log file in kB. Defaults to
The amount of time in seconds to wait for the config file path to become available at startup. If the timeout expires, no computer settings are processed. Configuring this setting to
You cannot use this setting for XML-based configuration.
If configured, computer environment settings are refreshed starting from when they are applied at computer startup. By default, computer environment settings are refreshed until a user logs in. If ContinueRefreshAfterLogon is set to
The configured interval specifies the amount of time to wait in seconds between those refresh events.
||If interval-based refresh is enabled, this setting specifies an optional random component to the interval length. The effective interval is equal to RefreshInterval + Random (1...RefreshIntervalOffset) seconds.|
||If set to
||If set to