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Using PowerShell to Self Deliver RunVirtual

In previous blog posts I have talked about various models for RunVirtual detailing how we can deliver and manage the feature in conjunction with connection groups. In this post I would like to share with you a simple script which you can include in your package delivery to provision the

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How does VMware UEM work with App-V 5 Packages?

Over my design and implementation projects with VMware User Environment Manager (UEM) I couldn’t help but pay particular interest into how it works with App-V. In this blog I intend to lift the hood on how UEM captures and collects user settings for App-V and the mechanisms it uses to

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Roaming Windows Application Settings with VMware UEM

I have recently been working a lot with VMware User Environment Manager (UEM), formally known as Immidio Flex+. If Ivanti’s Desktop Now powered by AppSense is too complex and Microsoft’s UE-V is too simple then UEM surely sits squarely in-between the two! It has a very light weight infrastructure and still

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A Natural COM Side Effect of RunVirtual in App-V 5.0

While working with a large financial organisation in London last week, someone brought my attention to how RunVirtual is giving them some interesting side effects they didn’t quite expect when running other local tasks or applications. I wasn’t too surprised by what they were seeing but thought it would be a good

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Conditional Delivery with App-V 5 – RollbackOnError

I was recently working with a client who were getting extremely frustrated by the understanding that they could only really limit delivery of App-V packages by target operating system. They noticed the option as part of the sequencing process as shown here: They wanted a much more granular way to control whether

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