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  • Blog Post: Scripting and Embedded Scripting for AppV 5.0 (Dynamic Deployment and User Configuration Scripting)

    written by Josh Davis, SDET 2 One of my early surprises at Microsoft was when I was working on a test machine doing some typical investigations. In Microsoft, it is fairly common to have a test machine provisioning solution that is custom tailored to your team’s needs and configures things in...
  • Blog Post: MDOP Engineering Team at MMS 2012

    The MDOP Engineering Team is in Las Vegas this week for MMS 2012 . Angie, Aseem, Briton, Dan, Derrick, Dilip, Karan, Tim and myself are hanging out with customers and partners at the Venetian Resort.  Brad Anderson kicked things off this morning with his first key note – Microsoft Private Cloud...
  • Blog Post: How to Prepare for a Migration to App-V 5.0

    This is the first post in a series of posts around migration of App-V from 4.x to 5.0. Introduction Since App-V 5.0 was announced in November last year , it has garnered lots of excitement from customers. In order to provide those benefits, App-V was designed from ground up to provide the foundation...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft Office 2013 Preview App-V package

    As some of you already know, we shipped the Microsoft Office 2013 Preview App-V package with our App-V 5.0 Beta 2 release in July 2012. We believe that this is a HUGE win for our customers. Over the years, we have received tremendous feedback from our customers regarding better and deeper integration...
  • Blog Post: How to run Process Monitor (ProcMon) inside the App-V virtual environment

    Hi everyone, Mark Stanfill here. Running Process Monitor (ProcMon) to troubleshoot Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) client issues such as missing files, access denied errors or other file and registry-based issues is sometimes necessary to successfully package an application. This post details...
  • Blog Post: App-V “Application is not working as expected” Troubleshooting Check List

    Hello everyone, John Behneman here again. The purpose of the article is to highlight some very simple OSD file edits/tweaks that can potentially fix a large number of most common issues we see here in product support. Chances are you can save yourself a lot of time and money if you try these simple troubleshooting...
  • Blog Post: Walking through the App-V 5.0 Beta Server Setup (Part 1)

    The App-V 5.0 Beta Server is made up 3 components – Management Server, Publishing Server and the Management Database. The components are dependent but have varying requirements and actions to have them successfully deployed. The goal of this series of blog posts is to walk you through the process...
  • Blog Post: Announcing User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) and App-V 5.0

    Microsoft’s own Karri Alexion-Tiernan just announced two new virtualization betas you’ll want to check out. The first is a new product to Microsoft’s Desktop Virtualization family – User Experience Virtualization (UE-V). The second is an update to our flagship application virtualization product ...
  • Blog Post: Sequencing for Connection Groups

    written by – Naveed Ahmad, Senior SDE 1 Introduction Connection Group is comprised of two or more individual packages. Which means those packages are Sequenced individually, they are edited individually, and they are upgraded individually. This poses a challenge as how to ensure that individually...