Back in the last November, Sebastian Gernert who works as a Microsoft’s Support Escalation Engineer wrote an article about fixing Volume Shadow Copy –related issue with the App-V Client in the German App-V blog (browse the site with Chrome and you get handy translation prompt if you don’t read German).
Archive | February, 2012
Last week I wrote about the construction, and the challenges, of the creation of a guest virtual machine -based snapshot management solution (or “tool”) for Hyper-V environments. As promised, it’s now available for downloading.
While traditionally I have been a fan of doing App-V (and before that, SoftGrid) sequencing by using a locally installed virtualization software (CHV, Client Hosted Virtualization) like VMware Workstation, for some time already I have actually resorted to using our Hyper-V environment for the sequencing purposes. This is largely because I’m using a laptop almost 100% of the time, and near ultra-portable laptop is not perhaps the best platform for doing client-side virtualization due to necessity of needing external hard drives and so forth.