On Debugging Virtual Applications: Part 3 - Situations where a Debugger is most needed for Virtual Applications

In parts 1 and 2 of this series, I’ve covered some of the basic fundamentals of the concept of debugging compiled software code which, for the most part, has been a black box for many working with virtual applications. In part 3, I would like to now move the discussion towards those situations that warrant…

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On Debugging Virtual Applications: Part 2: Types and Modes

Productive virtual application debugging requires an understanding of the basic fundamentals of debugging compiled software code. For this part of my series on debugging virtual applications, I will be focusing exclusively on these fundamentals. If you are already familiar with these concepts, please allow me to quickly recap these to those readers which may be…

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On Debugging Virtual Applications: Part 1: Overview (or Let’s Start at the Beginning)

For many application packagers, virtual application sequencers, and general IT pros, the concept of actual “debugging” can take on many meanings. Often the words “troubleshooting” and “debugging” are interspersed – especially when reading articles and blogs dealing with the topic of trying to dissect what may be occurring when a virtual application is not functioning…

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Why is Internet Explorer Crashing on Shutdown? An interesting App-V-related Issue . . .

Recently, I came across something very interesting. I was working with a customer who was working with several internally developed applications that leveraged HTML files by creating links that would open them inside the user’s default browser. These applications can easily be virtualized with both App-V 5.0 and 4.6 (VAE, <LOCAL_INTERACTION_ALLOWED>) What was happening was…

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