Where the App-V Client Puts Stuff

I have talked lots about how App-V 5.0 packages integrate so tightly with our client machines and how it stores assets on the platform. In this post I want to clarify where App-V puts stuff, by stuff I mean package related file system and registry assets. The diagram below explains where our package assets go…

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TechNet Radio: (Part 2) Hyper-V from a VMware Admin’s Perspective – Live VM Migration in Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V

Keith Mayer and Andy Syrewicze, are back for part 2 of their "Hyper-V from a VMware admin's perspective" series and in today's episode they look at live VM migration in Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V and how this compares to VMware's service offerings. [3:08] What is Live VM Migration and how is this comparable to…

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// WorkItem implicitly inherits from the Object class. public class WorkItem{    // Static field currentID stores the job ID of the last WorkItem that     // has been created.     private static int currentID;     //Properties.     protected int ID { get; set; }    protected string Title { get; set; }    protected string Description { get; set; }    protected TimeSpan jobLength { get; set; }…

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Paste Code below: // WorkItem implicitly inherits from the Object class. public class WorkItem { // Static field currentID stores the job ID of the last WorkItem that // has been created. private static int currentID; //Properties. protected int ID { get; set; } protected string Title { get; set; } protected string Description {…

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AutoLoad Setting in App-V 5.0

In App-V 4.x we had something called autoload targets and triggers which could be used in combination to make App-V applications automatically get cached depending on certain factors, in App-V 5.0 we have a similar more simple equivalent setting called AutoLoad. This setting like most App-V Client configurations can be found in registry, this particular…

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