Posts Tagged ‘microsoft’
Microsoft released Hotfix Package 2 for Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 All Languages. This hotfix is for the All Languages version: build 126.96.36.19900. Yes, there are two App-V 4.6 client versions; the “English Only” and the “All Languages”. Both with a separate hotfix path. Where the English Only version is already at hotfix package 5, the All Languages version is now… Read more »
–Updated– In the mean time more information sources are added. Thanks to Appvirtguru.com. The list with App-V links has been updated and categorized and can be found here. –Original article 12-jan-2010– Let’s start sharing my favorites on Microsoft Application Virtualization (APP-V). Below is an overview of all kind of information, found on the internet, on APP-V. Whether you are new… Read more »
About half a year ago I was looking for some information about MS System Center Configuration Manager 2007 (SCCM) Software Updates. I wanted to use this information to provide a quick start on Software Updates for a SCCM Administrator. That’s when I first ran into the Microsoft Superflow.
Where the client part of App-V is already on 4.6. The server parts are still on App-V 4.5, today Microsoft released SP2. SP2 doesn’t only cover the hotfixes, also a feature is added. App-V 4.5 SP2 now also supports SQL mirroring, which could be an option if you are designing for high availability. Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5 Service Pack 2… Read more »
So, you’ve started your proof of concept for your new desktop environment, because your organization is demanding for improvement. You are testing the different flavors; VDI, RDS, fat client… (assuming it is based on Window 7 or Windows Server 2008 RDS). You get very excited on all the new features and you’ll see a lot of advantages for your management… Read more »
Every month I will try to wrap up some highlights about virtualization news, personal experience or other IT related items which had my attention, this time January 2010:
When virtualizing applications with Microsoft Application Virtualization (APP-V), one of the steps is application sequencing. With application sequencing the application will be installed in its virtual environment and prepared for streaming delivery. For application sequencing the APP-V sequencer will be used. Designing and building an APP-V infrastructure is normally just a small piece of your whole application virtualization project. Most… Read more »