GLADIATOR@MSFT

Adventures in Desktop, Application, and User State Virtualization

Browse by Tags

Related Posts
  • Blog Post: App-V 5: On Using Sequencing Templates

    Sequencing Templates (.APPVT) files are designed for automating the sequencing of applications. While you can take advantage of some of the benefits of templates with manual, interactive sequencing, be careful making assumptions when sequencing following the importing of a template in the Sequencer GUI...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5: MSI Wrapper Caveats (Oh, and App-V WMI classes are different in 5.0)

    For those enterprises using 3 rd -party ESD (Electronic Software Distribution) products to deploy and manage software, use of the MSI-wrapper makes it easy to incorporate these types of applications into their environments. In App-V, when you “install” a virtual application using the MSI...
  • Blog Post: MED-V: How to Customize and Repackage a Workspace using PowerShell

    One of the benefits of MED-V 2 was the introduction of PowerShell to control, manage, and deploy the MED-V workspace. A good example of where PowerShell comes in handy is when you have a workspace that you have already configured and packaged – but now you need to make an adjustment to the configuration...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5 Scripting: Change

    It is almost easier to pretend you know nothing about App-V 4.x scripting when looking at scripting in 5.0. That is often my first response to many rumblings about difficulty getting scripting set up in 5.0. These rumblings come mostly from users of App-V 4.x. Change is hard, I know, but we have a better...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5.0: Launching Native/Local Processes Within the Virtual Environment

    Back in 4.x, we pretty much had one of two ways to launch an application inside the virtual environment or “bubble” as it is often called. One way was through the use of a pre-launch script. This was cumbersome in that you had to either modify the cached OSD or even worse, modify the original...