You can use the User Environment tab of the Management Console for creating and managing user environment settings. The settings are applied at login and logout. Using 32-Bit Path to Program Files on 64-Bit SystemsYou can convert a 32-bit Program Files folder path to be used on a 64-bit system. Edit Conditions for Multiple User Environment SettingsYou can edit the conditions of multiple user environment settings simultaneously. ADMX-Based SettingsWith ADMX-based settings, you can use standard ADMX templates to configure user policies. FlexEngine applies the configured settings when the user logs in. Application BlockingWith path-based application blocking, you can control the folders from which applications can be started. If a user attempts to run an application from a blocked folder, the application does not start. Configure Drive MappingAssociate a local drive letter with a shared storage area over the network. Configure Environment VariablesDefine the variables to use with User Environment Manager. Configure File Type AssociationsAssociate a file type with a particular application. Configure Files and FoldersAdd custom files and folders to the user environment. Configure Folder RedirectionRedirect folders to subfolders of a specified location. Existing folder content is not moved during redirection. Configure Horizon Smart PoliciesCreate policies that control the behavior of the USB redirection, virtual printing, clipboard redirection, client drive redirection, HTML Access file transfer features, and bandwidth profiles in a Horizon session. Configure Logon and Logoff TasksConfigure the commands that run when users log in and log out. Configure Printer MappingsAssociate a network printer to the user environment. Configure Registry SettingsConfigure the registry settings of the user environment. Configure ShortcutsConfigure application shortcuts for the user environment. Configure Triggered TasksSelect tasks that are triggered when certain actions are performed in the user environment. Configure Display LanguageConfigure the display language of the user environment. Configure Hide DrivesSelect the drive letters that should be hidden in Windows Explorer. Configure Policy SettingsPolicy Settings are only available for backwards compatibility. If you want to configure these policy settings, use ADMX-based settings.