Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6
About the Author
About the Reviewers
Introducing Application Virtualization in a Virtualized World
What is Application Virtualization?
Does Application Virtualization fit into my environment?
Existing Application Virtualization platforms
Introduction to App-V and the Microsoft virtualization model
Understanding App-V Architecture
Choosing the correct model
Case study example
Preparing your App-V Environment and Installing App-V Management Server
What's new in App-V 4.6?
Preparing your environment
Preparing the Full Infrastructure Model
Scaling up App-V Management Server installation
Deploying the App-V Sequencer, Desktop Client, and Streaming Server
Installing the App-V Sequencer
Installing the App-V Client
Installing the App-V Streaming Server
Preparing the Streaming Mode
Preparing the Standalone Mode
Automating the App-V Desktop Client deployment
Testing the environment
Taking the Initial Steps in the Sequencing Process
What is sequencing?
Reviewing sequencing requirements
Sequencing Complex Applications
When do you need Advanced Sequencing in App-V?
How a virtualized Microsoft Office 2010 fits into your environment?
Sequencing Microsoft Office 2010
Publishing and deploying Microsoft Office 2010
Troubleshooting applications deployment
Managing Dynamic Suite Composition
How Dynamic Suite Composition works
Configuring DSC manually
Using the Dynamic Suite Composition tool
Integrating App-V with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2
How does the integration work?
Requirements for the integration
Implementing App-V and SCCM integration
Securing your App-V Environment
General guidelines for securing the environment
Configuring App-V for secure delivery
Using Internet-facing scenarios
Reviewing App-V for Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services)