An update on sequencing Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 with App-V

InformationBack in October we blogged that the decision had been made to support using App-V to deploy Visual Studio 2010.  We do not yet have an exact date for the availability of this functionality, but we do plan to make it available during the 1st half of calendar year 2011. We will keep you posted and provide an update with a more precise date as soon as it is determined.

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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Comments (8)

  1. sean2078 says:

    "1st half of 2011" – lol, you guys seem to be running in Valve Time – maybe you should hire an executive that understands customer need?  Gee thanks, you "virtually" solved my problem – what a joke

  2. Fredrik says:

    Please we need this functionality now. Hard to understand that a brand new MS product doesn't work with App-V?

  3. mike says:

    Wow Sean you really must need this pretty bad if you reply to this blog on Chrismas Day 🙂 We  also need the VS2010 for APP-V very usgent for are stateless builds types. Any real dates on this also when is APP-V 4.6 sp1 coming?



  4. Tania says:

    An update on sequencing Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 with App-V is really a good topic but as Fredrik said, its very difficult to understand. So please jchornbe send us the functions. But your effort is appreciable. Keep it up.

  5. shaun says:

    reminder to udpate this, almost half way through 2011 🙂  I'm tasked to deploy this and would like to use App-V

  6. Lane Yaremchuk says:

    We also need this functionality too.

  7. ML49448 says:

    I'm going to guess that this won't be avail till December 2011. Right about when the new product is ready to be released.

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