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The Adventures of Justin Zarb and Dave Falkus in the Virtual Jungle

November, 2012

  • Introducing Virtual Application Extensions in App-V 5.0

    Hi Everyone! So you may have heard rumours about App-V 5.0 applications being able to have less isolation and more entry points to the base OS. Well, that’s true, it’s all because of a new feature called Virtual Application Extensions....
  • App-V 5.0 RTM now released!

    BIG NEWS! App-V 5.0 has just been made publicly available as part of MDOP 2012 which also includes the release of UE-V! After much speculation about the App-V 5.0 release date its great to have it finally here... Here's the official announcement ...
  • How To Publish The Same 5.0 Package To Multiple Groups And With Different Apps

    Today we have a guest post from my counterpart in Boston Ryan Cobb . Ryan will also be joining our blogging team to give you some great insight into App-V 5.x. ---------------------------- Hi all, I was onsite the other day with a customer...
  • Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 Service Pack 2 Now Available

    Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 Service Pack 2 (App-V 4.6 SP2) is now available. This service pack provides the latest updates to Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6. Additionally, this service pack includes some improvements and a hotfix...
  • MDOP 2012 available for download: Now with more App-V version 5 and UE-V!

    In case you missed the announcement on the MDOP blog a couple days ago, MDOP 2012 is now available. MDOP 2012 includes Application Virtualization (App-V) v5, User Experience Virtualization (UE-V), Dart 8 and a slew of other great bits. If you already...
  • App-V v5: One of the biggest releases in Microsoft Application Virtualization history

    Greetings! Last week, Karri announced the general availability of MDOP 2012 , which included the release of two much awaited products: the new Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V), and one of the biggest releases in Microsoft Application Virtualization...
  • Deploying Connection Groups (APP-V 5.0)

    written by – Yash Harsha Kumar, SDET, Microsoft Introduction Connection Groups group one or more APP-V packages to enable member applications in these packages to interact with one another while maintaining isolation from the rest of the system...
  • Connection Groups Internals(App-V 5.0)

    written by – Yash Harsha Kumar (SDET) Introduction Connection Groups group one or more APP-V packages to enable member applications in these packages to interact with one another while maintaining isolation from the rest of the system. This...
  • KB: How To Enable Debug Logging in Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V)

    Here’s another UE-V article that I thought I’d share here for now, at least until there’s a better home for UE-V content somewhere else.  This Knowledge Base article talks about how to enable debug logging: Summary This article describes how to enable...
  • New KB articles for App-V version 5

    We just published a few new KB articles in anticipation of the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) v5 release so if you’re among the many who are planning to make the move then you’ll probably want to take a quick look at these. It’s mostly some...
  • New KB articles for UE-V in MDOP 2012

    Here are a few KB articles we released in anticipation of the Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UE-V) release with MDOP 2012 . We don’t really have a UE-V specific blog but I wanted to make sure these were mentioned somewhere and thought this...
  • System Center Blogs: Now on iPhone, Android and Windows Phone

    If you liked the original System Center Blogs app that was published last year for Windows Phone and Android , you’ll be happy to know that both apps have now been updated, plus there is a new version now available for iOS . The updates include bug fixes...
  • 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...