If you have the Horizon Enterprise edition you can use UEM (User Environment Manager) in place of Persona management.
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Like vJoeG metioned VMware UEM (User Environment Manager) is an alternative to use, but that one needs some additional configurations to be set, to get it work (policies, file shares etc). Where Persona Management is sort of a roaming profile, with VMware UEM you'll make a start with zero-profiles (which means capture app settings only what is needed).
Other vendors which do the same are: ProfileUnity (Liquidware), Workspace Control or AppSense (Ivanti) etc.
If you have other questions about this topic, just let me know.
I'd look at FSLogix (Microsoft just bought it) and only then to UEM for those things that FSLogix can't do. They work together really well.