App-V: Advanced Techniques Post Sequencing, a video from BriForum 2011

After your application has been sequenced and works fine, there are still some little things that are nice to have.

(this was originally posted in August, 2011)

 

Presented by: Hal Lange

After your application has been sequenced and works fine, there are still some little things that are nice to have: a default INI file, an individual license for users, or the same application with a slight configuration change for a different group. And wouldn’t it be nice to bring a new config on the fly without resequencing? Sure, you could use a new sequence every time, but that adds complexity to the management of the App-V environment. With OSD Scripting, Microsoft Dynamic Suite Composition (DSC), and external launch devices, you’ll learn easy methodologies to change your App-V packages on the fly without having to manage multiple instances of the same applications in this session. Imagine changing your entire configuration based on a user group without changing the sequence. This is the power of changing the launch mechanism for any application!

 

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