Just started to review this book written by Russel Smith. This book includes tips on Solving Privilege Problems with the Application Compatibility Toolkit, UAC, Software Distribution, Deploying ActiveX Controls and Provisioning Apps on Secure Desktop using RDS, App-V and Med-V.
In this Webinar “6 Steps to Faster Windows 7 Application Migration”, you will explore an end-to-end process for Windows 7 and App-V application migration projects, strategies to reduce the cost and complexity and also, how a continuous application readiness process creates a repeatable and reliable standard for your next migration project.
This SuperFlow provides detailed information about the Application Virtualization Sequencing process and covers information on setting up the sequencer, Sequencing an application, Configuring the application while sequencing and Validating Successful package creation and Sequencer troubleshooting with Windows Installer Logging.
The Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Dashboard helps you monitor virtualized software applications across your organization. The dashboard’s built-in charts, gauges, and tables let you track any App-V dataset in near-real time, so you can easily stay on top of the usage, health, and compliance of all your virtualized applications.
This log parser simplifies the task of looking through log files, being able to filter by log level, build report, launch failures, mini-dumps, minimum disconnected operation mode entries and more. The appropriate party can import the data for analysis and/or utilization.
Learn how to create, configure, publish, and maintain virtual applications with Microsoft Application Virtualization with these eight new short videos from the Springboard Series.
Earlier today Microsoft announced important updates for IT pros considering Windows 7 deployment. Specifically, the Virtualization team released Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2010, which includes App-V 4.6, supporting Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 for RDS and Office 2010.
The Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 4.5 guide enables organizations to implement application virtualization and effectively respond to the associated challenges. This IPD guide takes you step-by-step through the process of planning your application virtualization infrastructure, and assists you in taking advantage of new features in App-V 4.5 such as streaming servers and support for Internet-based clients.
Virtual applications never get installed on the client. Instead they run in their own isolated virtual containers, eliminating […]