The Basic Mechanics of a Publishing Refresh with App-V

With App-V we have something called “Full Infrastructure”, this is used to refer to an App-V Management Server based method of delivery for App-V packages. App-V 4.x In App-V 4.x we had the App-V Management Server role which was responsible for not only managing the packages but also servicing client requests to refresh and publish…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 3) Building Your Hybrid Cloud – Networking Enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2

Back for Part 3 of the “Building a Hybrid Cloud” series, Keith Mayer and Matt Hester demo the latest networking enhancements made in Windows Server 2012 R2. [1:36] Series Review [10:11] What specifically has been enhanced to make Networking better in Windows Server 2012 R2? [20:22] DEMO: Dynamic Load Balancing across NIC teams – How…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective – Managing Virtual Machine Hardware Resources

Keith Mayer welcomes Andy Syrewicze, a Virtual Systems Administrator from Trivalent Group to the show as they kick off a multi-part series that examines Microsoft Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s perspective. In this episode they’ll showcase the differences between managing virtual machine hardware resources between the two. [3:10] As an experienced VMware Admin, what’s some of…

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The Issues of Sequencing .bat Shortcuts in App-V 5.0

It not unusual that in the mix of all your weird and wonderful applications you will have a handful that will leverage a .bat file shortcut to kick off your application. Let’s deep dive into the mechanics of sequencing and delivering these type of applications. Take this example where I have sequenced an application and…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Building Your Hybrid Cloud – Hyper-V Enhancements in Windows Server 2012 R2

Keith Mayer and Matt Hester are back for part 2 of their Building a Hybrid Cloud series and in today’s episode they showcase the latest Hyper-V enhancements made in Windows Server 2012 R2. [1:36] Series Review and Windows Server 2012 Scalability [8:17] With all of these scalability features already built into Windows Server 2012, what…

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Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and App-V 5.0 Integration – More Than Meets the Eye

Anyone would be forgiven for thinking that App-V 5.0 and CM 2012 SP1 integration is just a simple managed way of using standalone mode. By that I mean that Configuration Manager simply sends out PowerShell commands to add and publish packages leaving App-V to handle the rest. The truth is there is more than meets…

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