So, I have always been recommending that people don’t rely too much – if at all – on accurateness of App-V’s built-in license enforcement features (for which you need App-V’s own full infrastructure to begin with), unless having very constrained environment like terminal servers or fixed workstations. And I still seem to be right on […]
Archive | September, 2011
I’m happy to share with you that we have partnered with one of the leading traditional setup authoring toolkit vendors, InstallAware, and they will be bundling our technology in the upcoming 2012 release of their product line. More information on the new App-V capabilities can be found from InstallAware’s news release at http://www.installaware.com/news-installaware-2012.htm. But did you know […]
Ever since Microsoft introduced support for 64-bit environments in App-V, for both 64-bit applications (needed less often still, but will be important going forward) as well as for operating systems (more pressing need especially since Windows 7 which is the first truly usable 64-bit Windows client OS), it has been a stated fact that you […]
Just wanted to quickly inform that there is European App-V User Group -day happening in 18th of November at the Microsoft HQ in Netherlands (near Schiphol airport). I have also decided to attend, although I have not been invited to speak on any of the sessions. So for anyone coming we’ll see over there!
Time to get back into releasing some free tools for the benefit of the community at large! As of today we launched a new free tools page on our website, and the first new free tool that was added is simple but handy command-line tool to check what type of machine it is running on. […]
On a fairly recent post over at Deployment Guys blog about ways of enabling local interaction, its author discussed about (better known) way of using LOCAL_INTERACTION_ALLOWED policy in OSD to enhance virtual application interaction with local applications, and a much lesser known feature of setting specific named object exclusions. The gist of the article is that it […]
Just as a quick update on the AVE: we have changed the licensing model for it so that the product is now licensed per machine instead of previous per named user. The change is effective immediately for all the new licenses (requires version 2.2.4 to recognize the new keys). Old licenses will continue to work […]