A number of useful App-V (resource kit) tools have been released which look very useful:
I’ve written about before, but it’s not because I like Java… So before I get into a tirade about it, here’s yet another post on the subject..
Adobe have made Flash Player 10 available, but unfortunately there’s still no support for 64-bit browsers, but then Silverlight 2 doesn’t have 64-bit support either.
Even though I log onto my domain machine with a standard user account, I’ve been prompted by UAC to elevate when running Registry Editor. After putting up with it for a couple of months, I finally got around to doing something to fix it today.
At the next Vista Squad meeting tomorrow night (Wednesday 15th October), along with Ray Booysen, I’ll be presenting on User Account Control and developing & running as non-admin. There’s a few things we’ll cover, including:
Now this looks good: Microsoft Application Virtualization Management Pack for Systems Center Operations Manager 2007. If you’re deploying applications via any virtualisation/streaming solution, monitoring is essential.
Here’s a download that’s quite timely as I’m looking at application compatibility as a component of my Windows Vista deployment project: Windows Vista Application Compatibility Downloadable List for IT Professionals
<img style=”display: inline; margin-left: 0px; margin-right: 0px” title=”TechEd” src=”/media/2008/10/teched.png” border=”0” alt=”TechEd](http://emea.msteched.com/itpro/sessionpreferencesurvey.aspx) has been posted (you’ll have to be attending to see it). There’s plenty of excellent sessions to choose from and for me it’s going to be lots of App-V and Windows Vista content.
Well actually, there’s none at the moment, but a there is a knowledgebase article available on SP2 as a place holder for future information:
Security configuration roles for Application Virtualisation 4.5, which makes the Security Configuration Wizard in Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 App-V aware, have been released to the Downloads Centre.