Updated on: 12 MAR 2019
VMware User Environment Manager | 12 MAR 2019 | Build 220.127.116.114
What's in the Release NotesThe release notes cover the following topics:
- About VMware User Environment Manager
- Updated Components
- Prior Releases
- What's New
- Important Fixes
- Other Notes
VMware User Environment Manager offers personalization and dynamic policy configuration across any virtual, physical, and cloud-based environment. User Environment Manager can simplify end-user profile management with a single and scalable solution. IT can simply map infrastructure (including networks and printer mappings) and dynamically set policies for end users. You can experience quick, personalized, and consistent access to your Windows workspace and applications.
For more information, see the product page: VMware User Environment Manager.
This release updates the main product components, VMware UEM FlexEngine and VMware UEM Management Console. Application Profiler, Helpdesk Support Tool, and SyncTool are not updated for the 9.2.2 release. If you are upgrading from version 9.2.1 or 9.2, you only need to upgrade the main product. If you are upgrading from a previous version, upgrade all product components.
Features and known issues from prior releases of VMware User Environment Manager are described in the release notes for each release. Unless stated in the release notes, features and known issues from one release are carried forward to the next release.
Documentation for User Environment Manager is located on docs.vmware.com.
User Environment Manager 9.2.2 fixes a security issue. See the Important Fixes section.
This release of VMware User Environment Manager addresses a security issue where malicious local users could under certain circumstances execute code with elevated permissions.
- Secured Approach. User Environment Manager provides a secured by default approach by logging the users out in case the Flex config files path is not available at logon.
If you migrate from VMware Persona Management to VMware User Environment Manager, see http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2118056 for the required migration steps.