Unified Endpoint Manager helps us with Windows 10 settings roaming
January 22, 2021

Unified Endpoint Manager helps us with Windows 10 settings roaming

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager (formerly LANDESK Management Suite)

We use it across the whole organization to publish applications, capture user settings and implement an access control layer. We use mostly VDI and needed a solution to roam user settings between nonpersistent desktops. Ivanti UEM appeared a good replacement for our previous product that was not very good at Windows 10 specific settings.
  • Capture and restore user settings
  • Provide access control
  • Replace Windows group policies
  • Management interface, the suite consists of separate products instead of one interface.
  • Upgrade complexity.
  • Insight in performance bottlenecks/issues that occur.
  • Positive impact: Windows 10 investment.
  • Less positive impact: Replaced a different Ivanti product that was suddenly NOT discontinued.
  • Ivanti Workspace Control (powered by RES)
Ivanti Endpoint Manager runs in the kernel so it is more robust than Workspace Control. It is also better at capturing settings. However, Workspace Control is much easier to administer and roll out. There is one interface where you can make all settings. We really miss that feature, Ivanti. We would rather not have migrated if we knew the product would be continued.

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It can be used in scenarios where you want to compose the desktop, including publishing app shortcuts to users. Another area is access control: it can provide you with conditional access control based on the context of the user. Furthermore, capturing user settings is a good area, you can even restore previous settings for a specific app in case it had issues.