Here’s another UE-V article that I thought I’d share here for now, at least until there’s a better home for UE-V content somewhere else. This Knowledge Base article talks about how to enable debug logging:
This article describes how to enable debug logging for the Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) agent. This is useful in troubleshooting issues where settings or files are not replicating as expected. Typically, this process is ran on at least two different client machines to test replication.
First, identify the scenario you wish to trace. The two main variations for UE-V are tracing applications and tracing desktop settings. User application traces can be collected when an executable is launched; desktop settings must be recorded during logoff and subsequent logoff.
Traces collect data for all users logged in to a computer. If you wish to record a trace for a non-administrator account, you will need to either log in to a second desktop session (in the case of a Terminal Server, for example), or else launch a command prompt in the context of a member of the machine's local Administrators group by holding down the shift key and right-clicking on a shortcut to a Command Prompt. In addition, these commands must be ran in an elevated token.
Scenario 1: Tracing an Application
Note: The first trace you take will be named uevtrace_000001.etl by default. Edit the command above if you take multiple traces to reflect the name of the ETL file.
Scenario 2: Tracing a Desktop Settings Issue
If you wish to use Event Viewer rather than text file logging, use the steps below.
For the most current version of this article please see the following:
2782997 - How To Enable Debug Logging in Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)
J.C. Hornbeck | Knowledge Engineer | Management and Security Division
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