When attempting to install the Office 2010 Deployment Kit for App-V using a MAK activation key, via the following command-line (or similar):
It’s easy to virtualize Firefox with App-V; however getting it right takes a little more effort. Here’s how to successfully sequence Mozilla Firefox 7.x.
If you’re looking to reduce the size of your App-V packages, you can compress them when saving them in the Sequencer; however if that content in the package doesn’t actually compress that well, you may not save as much space as you might expect. Here a quick win to reduce the size of your packages.
Great news - the first annual European App-V User Group has been announced, for Friday November 18, 2011 9:00 AM to be held at Microsoft HQ, in the Netherlands:
Preface: I don’t speak legalese and this post is based on my own interpretation of the iTunes distribution agreement.
A number of knowledgebase articles have been updated recently that are interesting reading if you’re looking to understand how Microsoft Office works under App-V, and the limitations if you deploy Office in this method. If you’re already not aware, Office delivered by Click-to-Run is actually a modified version of App-V under the hood. There’s also an overview of Microsoft Office Click-to-Run for Office 2010 worth reading.
Here’s something that I’ve been looking to share with the community for some time - something to get you started when implementing AppSense Environment Manager 8.x.
If you enable Hyper-V on a laptop (or any other machine where hibernation is enabled automatically) you’ll find that you won’t be able to delete the hibernation file (hiberfil.sys). Although hibernation is effectively disabled, the file remains in use once Windows has booted:
It’s easy to virtualize Firefox with App-V; however getting it right takes a little more effort. Here’s how to successfully sequence Mozilla Firefox 5.x.