This one actually first got published the week before last so you may already know all about it, but if not then you’ll definitely want to take a look if you’re planning on rolling out App-V any time soon. The App-V System Deployment SuperFlow provides detailed steps to help you prepare for and deploy the App-V servers and clients and publish applications for streaming to clients. It essentially walks you through the entire process, explaining every step along the way.
For example, here’s what the tree for Configuring Streaming Servers looks like:
The entire process is broken up in to specific tasks and the steps for that tasks displayed in flowchart format. You can also click on each task to get steps and details. There’s a lot more to it than that but I don’t want to ruin the surprise. Check out the download link below and see for yourself how easy we make it for anyone to deploy Microsoft App-V.
App-V System Deployment SuperFlow
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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