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MS App Virtualization: The four PKG file system volumes

MS App Virtualization: The four PKG file system volumes

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This may be old news to some of you but it has proven to be so popular that I thought it was worth a mention here.  This is a topic that came up on the forum a month or two back but I'll post it here to save you the trip.  Basically someone asked how the PKG mechanism worked and Chris Lord, a Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Application Virtualization, posted this response:

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If you'd like to read the thread in its entirety see http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2880423&SiteID=17.

J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer

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  • For those attending TechEd, I’ll be presenting two very deep dives into this topic, one from a client perspective and one from a sequencing perspective:

    VIR53-TLC 6/11 10:15 Package/Data Management

    VIR450-BRK 6/12 10:15 Sequencing  Deep Dive

    I’ll be pulling the curtain a bit further open than it has ever been to see what is really going on behind the scenes, both when you sequence an application and when you use it.  Lots of other good virtualization sessions going on too.

    /Chris

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