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  • Blog Post: App-V 5: On Streaming

    Now that Hotfix 4 for App-V 5.0 SP2 has been out now for several weeks, many of you have likely already seen our Updated Guidance for Performance Recommendations now available on Technet ( http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn659478.aspx .) It almost goes without saying that the new stream-to...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5: Application Troubleshooting: On the Origins of an Error Message

    Have you ever been testing a virtualized application and it fails with a bizarre application error that is either extremely vague (unknown error) or coupled with some random hex code? Your first reaction usually is “Where’d that error come from?” That is a good reaction to have as it...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5: The Case of the RunVirtual Collision

    I've discussed running native applications within virtual environments and the many ways we can bring applications like Internet Explorer into the bubble. One of the many reasons we would need to bring IE into the virtual environment is for web applications that use different versions of Java. When...
  • Blog Post: App-V 5: On Run Virtual, RDS Run Virtual, Virtualizable Extensions, and Dynamic Virtualization

    If you think that title is a handful, it simply a summary of most of the ways we allow local processes to interact with virtual environments in App-V 5. Whether or not you need to use these features will depend on factors such as targeting or if you want to take advantage of features introduced in App...
  • Blog Post: Virtualize! But How? P2V? I thought you took that feature out of VMM!

    One of the most asked questions I have received regarding the latest release of VMM 2012 has been “Where is the P2V conversion feature? Did it go away?” Well yes, The P2V (Physical-to-Virtual) conversion process was deprecated from System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2. My colleague...
  • Blog Post: On the Art of Troubleshooting App-V Applications

    Lately I have been dealing with the big challenge of teaching something that I have become to know as more of an art than a science. That is, the troubleshooting of virtual applications not functioning correctly in App-V. I have seen many articles that walk through how someone was able to figure out...
  • Blog Post: App-V: On Named Kernel Object Virtualization (a.k.a. the VObjects Subsystem)

    Virtual Objects: You have also possibly heard this referred to as virtual eventing. You have seen references to this in the context of troubleshooting. You may have possibly used this as a workaround when troubleshooting in 4.x: Add an asterisk wildcard in the following registry path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE...