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  • Blog Post: Integrating App-V with Microsoft VDI

    Often I’m asked by customers if they should use App-V with Microsoft VDI. The answer is a resounding yes!  App-V 5.0 is designed to be easy and efficient to use in VDI environments (both session-based and virtual machine-based desktop deployment), allowing IT to make the best use of expensive disk...
  • Blog Post: Using App-V without application sequencing for RDSH Compatibility issues

    Introduction This blog post refers to Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), which decouples applications from the operating system and virtualizes applications per user, per application instance. As a result, application conflicts and the need for regression testing are dramatically reduced ...
  • Blog Post: Whitepaper Release: Application Virtualization 4.5 for Terminal Services

    We are proud to announce the availability of the white paper “Application Virtualization 4.5 for Terminal Services.”  This white paper discusses the benefits, configurations, and considerations when planning a Terminal Services (TS) solution with Microsoft Application Virtualization for TS (App...
  • Blog Post: What’s the difference between a RDS CAL and a TS CAL?

    Hi, I’m Alex from the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) team. I want to talk about the Windows Server 2008 RDS CAL which replaces the older Terminal Services (TS) CAL. I want to explain why the name changed, what this means for you and how we have added some great new value to the RDS CAL. There are 4 key...
  • Blog Post: App-V 4.6 Beta for Remote Desktop Services Available Now

    Great news for all Remote Desktop Services customers out there. The App-V team just announced immediate availability of their 4.6 Beta. This beta includes support for running App-V sequenced application on the x64 platform which finally enables you to use App-V with Remote Desktop Session Host (Terminal...
  • Blog Post: App-V Usage Survey

    Folks, The App-V and RDS teams would like your help in planning future releases. We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to complete the survey below. Please include your contact information if you wish to be contacted for further discussions to help us shape the next versions! http://www...
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