Inspired by a post on the ThinApp blog on Adding Shell Extensions to ThinApp Packages, I’ve documented here how to add Shell Extensions to an App-V package using the Windows Installer file generated by the App-V Sequencer.
I’ve previously written about the Desktop App-V Recipes, Tips and Tricks list that fellow App-V MVP, Nicke Källén and I have been compiling over the past year. This list has recently reached well over 220 links and highlights the fantastic efforts of many different contributors.
The App-V 4.6 Sequencer introduces some major changes in the user interface and the sequencing workflow. These changes have been designed to assist the sequencing engineer with virtualising applications in App-V while aligning with best practices.
With (far) more than a little help from another App-V MVP, Nicke Källén, we’ve been compiling a list of completed App-V recipes plus links to various places around the Internets where you’ll find assistance in getting your applications virtualised in App-V..
Sequencing the the App-V Management Console is reasonably straight-forward; however it wasn’t quite as simple as you would expect.
This is a guest post from Jurjen van Leeuwen, an App-V MVP (new for 2011) and independent consultant based in Norway. You can read more from Jurjen at his web site.
This arrived in my inbox on the 1st of Jan, which was a great way to finish off a day of snowboarding:
This is a guest post from Nicke Källén, an App-V MVP from Sweden. He posts as Znack on the TechNet Forums, and you can read more articles from Nicke at his blog here.