Unidesk 4.0.8 / User Layer - Windows 10 1607 LTSB - Start Menu Issues
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Posted 3 weeks ago
Joseph Ruzon
Registered user
Joined: August 28, 2015

Hello,

 

I've updated my Unidesk appliance today and begun experimenting with the User Personalization Layer feature on a Windows 10 1607 LTSB Image. It seems to work ok and capture the data as I expect, but as soon as I log into a seperate machine in my non-persistant pool, the start menu and search functions stop working.

This seems to be a pretty well documented issue across a variety of vendors, including earlier verisons of unidesk (2.x). Does anyone have any advice for dealing with this issue? I've already tried turn on Windows Firewall, and a couple other fixes, nothing seems to help so far.

Posted 3 weeks ago
Rob Zylowski
Unidesk employee
Joined: June 21, 2010

Hi Joseph currently the user layer functionality is limited to Win7x64.  Watch the release notes in future versionf ro Win10 support.

Posted 3 weeks ago
Joseph Ruzon
Registered user
Joined: August 28, 2015

Do we have any timeline on the featureset being offically supported? I have a customer who is depneding on this functionality to rollout a new installation of Unidesk 4.

Posted 3 weeks ago
Rob Zylowski
Unidesk employee
Joined: June 21, 2010

No there is no defined time for it to be ready we are actively working on it as our most important feature.  If you need persistence it is still best to go with 2.x for now.

Posted 2 weeks ago
Edited by Jason Marsh 2 weeks ago
Jason Marsh
Registered user
Joined: April 29, 2015

Rob,

If the user layer is not yet supported for Windows 10 NP desktops, could Unidesk v4.x be used to deploy persistent desktops the same way v2.9 works?  I mean, In the Images tab, could I just create an individual desktop for each person like I did in the old version?  And if I did that, would I even need the network file share?

 

edit: after further reading, maybe updating to v2.10 would be a better path than trying to use v4 for persistent Windows 10 desktops???

Posted 2 weeks ago
Rob Zylowski
Unidesk employee
Joined: June 21, 2010

Hi Jason,

In Unidesk 4 there are no persistent desktops.  We use other companies provisioning to deploy images via a np model and we will eventually add in the user persistent elastic layer that allows what users do to be saved into an elastic layer of their own. 

So at this point 2.x is the way to provide a persistent desktop and the user layer will be introduced over the next several months for VDI and XenApp in 4.x.

Rob

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