I’ve had some issues with Google Chrome (22.214.171.124) running on Windows 7 x64, but thanks to these two links, it’s now working great.
Here’s an interesting video on the Channel 9 site about the architecture of Microsoft Application Virtualization:
Ment van der Plas has a great article on virtual application deployment in SCCM 2007 R2
For the 10 people who use Windows Briefcase, this one is not for you. If you’re like me and can’t stand the rough edges in Windows that have yet to be cleaned up, the Windows Briefcase icon is a bit of an eye sore because it still uses a Windows XP style icon:
What’s the most annoying sound in Windows? For me it’s got to be the Start Navigation sound – that click that Windows plays whenever you navigate your way around Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer.
Installing VMware Server or Workstation on Windows 7 will leave the __vmware_user__ account showing on the logon screen, which does not happen in earlier versions of Windows.
I was testing this myself yesterday without luck, but it looks like App-V does not currently run on Windows 7.
It’s been a busy December, so it’s been a bit quiet around here and by the time you read this I’ll be on the slopes somewhere around Arinsal, so here’s my final post for the year. Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Saturnalia or Yule or whatever it is you do or don’t celebrate at this time of year.
Attempting to install the App-V Sequencer may not be successful and result the message “The wizard was interrupted before Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer could be completely installed”. Of course the message in the dialog isn’t particularly helpful, so what’s going on?
If you are deploying any of the Adobe CS3 application (such as Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign) suite in App-V 4.5, this knowledgebase article may come in handy: When launching applications from the Adobe CS3 suite using Application Virtualization 4.5 clients, you may encounter an error: 0xc0150002