Microsoft MVP Leandro E. Carvalho been busy over in the TechNet Wiki, creating lots of articles on all kinds of Microsoft virtualization technologies. This one walks you through installing the App-V Sequencer and Sequencing an app (making the virtualization package) so if you’re new to App-V, new to the concept of Sequencing or just wanting a quick refresher then head on over to the Wiki and check it out:
To submit applications via the virtual Server App-V or other existing methods is necessary to perform a procedure called Sequencing. This is literally the case to "virtualize" the software components such as files, registry keys, services and components in a special package. After that the application will run through this package and all its components are extracted from it, creating a kind of bubble for application use and execution….
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J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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