With User Environment Manager, you can reconfigure the default settings of an application, if they are not appropriate for your environment. You can define which application settings can be personalized and which ones always remain at their default values. You can create any combination of policy-enforced settings and user personalization.
With User Environment Manager, you can also manage certain user environment settings when an application starts, such as mapping drives and printers, applying custom file, folder, and registry settings, and running custom tasks.
Application configuration management enables IT administrators to manage end-user environments easily. Administrators can define settings and configurations for all users to guarantee compliance and provide a consistent environment.
Before you configure these settings, ensure that you understand the processing order at logon and logoff described in Processing Order at Logon and Logoff.