ProfileUnity Advanced Features Overview

ProfileUnity  goes beyond most other user profile tools found in the market with many exclusive and innovative User Environment Management features that support both physical and virtual desktop environments. An extensive list of features is provided below:

Icon Feature Name Feature Description
Liquidware Labs ProfileUnity Advanced Features List
ProfileUnity UEM Profile Portability Feature Profile Portability ProfileUnity gives each user one unified profile that works with any Windows desktop or server operating system. This feature enables seamless Anytime Migrations™ for persistent personas even in non-persistent virtual desktop environments, and supports a complete disaster recovery plan.
ProfileUnity UEM User Authored Data Migration Feature User Authored Data Migration EXCLUSIVE! Ensuring that user-authored data such as 'My Documents' is redirected and saved to a central share is a standard best practice. While other solutions only redirect folders, ProfileUnity can automatically migrate user-authored data to the user's file share or cloud storage in the background without affecting the user's productivity. Only after all data has been synchronized does ProfileUnity then seamlessly invoke folder redirection.
ProfileUnity UEM Cached Mode Feature Cached Mode ProfileUnity's desktop client is less than 8MB and can be configured to operate in either direct or cached mode, which is ideal for even quicker login times. Either method uses a Group Policy template to apply the .exe, no software needs to be installed on individual desktops!
ProfileUnity UEM Profile Cleanup Feature Profile Clean-up RDSH and Citrix XenApp environments benefit greatly with this powerful feature which can be set to flush profiles at predetermined times or action intervals. No more bloated profile storage in server-based computing environments!
ProfileUnity UEM Context Aware Filters Feature Context-Aware Filters This feature is used to limit the scope of an automated configuration, for printer assignment, application assignment and more. Filters control the execution of a script section based on filter rules, machine class, operating system, and connection type. Filter rules are comprised of a condition, match, and value triplet. Multiple filter rules can be aggregated with an (all rules) / or (any rule) logic.
ProfileUnity UEM Triggers Feature Triggers Action-based policy and profile updates.  Dynamically change location-based printing based on environment changes such as new WIFI access point. Update applications based on new location. Save to profile based on application open/close and more, for fine-tuned environment management.
ProfileUnity User Environment Management Elevation Rights Management Feature Elevation Rights Management -- Privilege Elevation Securely elevate privileges of standard users to run named applications with Admin Rights or install applications based on Security Rights.
ProfileUnity User Environment Management Applications Rights Management Feature Application Rights Management -- Application Restrictions Save on licensing costs and lower administrative management of base images. Allow/Deny applications from running on select desktops or for select users. Whitelist / Blacklist applications.
ProfileUnity UEM User Defined Aliases Feature User Defined Aliases -- Direct Integration with MS Active Directory Retrieve information from your domain controllers about current users' accounts. Advanced aliases require an Active Directory infrastructure and ADSI support on your clients. The values retrieved are available for use throughout your configuration.
ProfileUnity UEM Administrator Defined Scripts Feature Admin Defined Scripts Run existing scripts more efficiently! Administrators wishing to utilize a custom-written script module can add it to their ProfileUnity configuration with the option to include custom scripts both before or after ProfileUnity.
ProfileUnity UEM FlexApp DIA Feature FlexApp DIA Complement application virtualization strategies for non-persistent desktops by assigning group/departmental-level applications with FlexApp technology. Layer in otherwise difficult to virtualize applications and simplify base image management.
ProfileUnity UEM Application Launcher Feature Application Launcher Launch applications on client machines during or after ProfileUnity execution.
ProfileUnity UEM Drive Mapping Feature Drive Mapping Connect and disconnect network drives. Options include persistent mappings, modifying the Explorer label, and disconnecting end-user drives which may conflict with admin-defined drives.
ProfileUnity UEM Environment Variables Feature Environment Variables Centrally set and clear desktop environment variables by user, group, location, or any other context aware setting. Environment variables are modified in the environment of current users.
ProfileUnity UEM Folder Redirection Feature Folder Redirection Shell folders are special folders that Windows uses to indicate the default location for many types of settings and data. This module allows you to redirect shell folders to an alternate location, and optionally move or copy existing data. A common use for this module is redirecting "My Documents" to a network share.
ProfileUnity UEM INI Files Feature INI Files Many programs rely on INI files for their configuration. This module enables ProfileUnity to manipulate INI files during user logon.
ProfileUnity UEM Internet Explorer Feature Internet Explorer Configure Internet Explorer features such as Start Page, Download Directory, and Favorites.
ProfileUnity UEM Internet Proxy Feature Internet Proxy Adjust Internet Explorer's proxy settings to match your network configuration.
ProfileUnity UEM Inventory Feature Inventory This module creates a XML report with computer name, computer domain membership, user name, processor, memory, display resolution, MAC address, IP address, operating system, Internet Explorer version, and installed applications. It also lists the service pack version and installed hotfixes. Additionally, an inventory reporting module converts the captured XML data into formatted HTML reports that are accessible through the Management Console.
ProfileUnity UEM Message Boxes Feature Message Boxes Display popup messages to your users during logon.
ProfileUnity UEM Office Options and File Locations Feature Office Options & File Locations Configure Office user information and set options that control interaction with the user. Modify the default file locations for Microsoft Office. Users appreciate Office applications defaulting to the appropriate network location for open and save operations. Administrators are assured that Office applications are directing users to save their files in the defined location.
ProfileUnity UEM Outlook Feature Outlook Modify settings that control Outlook behavior for message handling, message format, and AutoArchive.
ProfileUnity UEM Printers Feature Printers Connect and disconnect network printers. Options include capturing a port, setting the printer as default, and automatically adding the printer.
ProfileUnity User Environment Management RDP Client Feature RDP Client Configure RDSH/RDP client connections to RDSH servers from a centralized location by user, group, hardware, or other context aware setting.
ProfileUnity UEM Registry Feature Registry The Registry module gives you powerful centralized control for making changes to the Registry on your client machines. Make Admin-level Registry changes for standard users.
ProfileUnity UEM Lockdown Desktops Feature Lockdown Desktops Secure desktops and limit access to USB storage, application installations, or desktop configuration changes with the ability to lockdown desktops.  Powerful admin-level Registry modifications can secure standard users and kiosks.
ProfileUnity UEM Shortcuts Feature Shortcuts Create shell shortcuts and web links. Shell shortcuts are pointers to programs and files on your computer. Web links are used by Internet Explorer for accessing sites on the Internet.
ProfileUnity UEM Windows Options Feature Windows Option Modify settings that control the Windows user interface
ProfileUnity UEM Summary Reports Feature Summary Reports Generate both pdf and text summary reports of your configuration. The summary allows a top-level view of your configuration and can be instrumental in documenting your network setup.
ProfileUnity UEM Interactive Help Feature Interactive Help Each section of ProfileUnity has its own quick Help system. All you have to do is click on the Help icon located at the top right of the section you are viewing to view documentation to assist you.
ProfileUnity UEM Multiple Configuration Support Feature Multiple Configuration Support Multiple configurations allow your settings to be grouped into logical boundaries. For example, in a large organization with multiple IT departments, each department can have its own ProfileUnity configuration. Members of one department can modify their settings without disturbing the settings of any other department.
ProfileUnity UEM VMware ThinApp and Microsoft App-V Entitlement Feature VMware ThinApp and Microsoft App-V Entitlement Assign ThinApp and App-V applications based on group, location, or other context-aware setting.  Additional functions for ThinApp allow administrators to perform full change management and optional caching of applications for offline use!