We’re happy to announce that Dynamic Environment Manager 2006 (10.0) has been released, with the following new features:
- New version number scheme
Aligning with the switch in version numbering across the Horizon suite, DEM has adopted the YYMM version number (and, yes, I know it’s August… )
Mainly for docs and marketing collateral; old-school 10.0 versioning lives on as well.
- Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition
We now offer a Standard Edition for Horizon Standard and Advanced customers, with the full Personalization feature set, and a subset of User Environment functionality: Drive Mappings, Folder Redirection, Logon & Logoff Tasks, and Printer Mappings.
The full-featured product is now known as the Enterprise Edition.
- Elevated Tasks
Elevated tasks are an extension of the existing privilege elevation functionality, and make it much easier to elevate launches during logon (without requiring shortcut-in-the-Startup-folder workarounds.)
- ADMX-based Computer Settings
ADMX-based Settings meets Computer Environment.
I was too late in requesting an update to our Windows 10 support matrix, so that should take place over the course of the next few days, but Windows 10 Version 2004 (May 2020 Update) is now also officially supported.