App-V

MDOP and EMET for Windows 10

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here now which is in part down to me being busy at home and in part due to work being full-on at the moment trying to juggle a handful of internal systems projects as well as dropping in customer engagements but you won’t hear me complaining as it’s all great work.

In the time between I last wrote anything and now, Windows 10 is full swing and we are already looking at the Threshold 2 (or November 2015 Update) for Windows 10 shipping which will see the Skype Messaging experience rolled out to the public as well as the Cortana text messaging and missed call notifications on the desktop, both of which have been available to people running the Windows 10 Insider Preview builds for a few weeks’ now.

App-V 4.6 SP3 Beta Available via Microsoft Connect

  For those of you out there who are using App-V but have been put off from a Windows 8.1 upgrade due to the fact that when you run the upgrade installer it forces you to uninstall App-V due to incompatibility issues, fear not. https://connect.microsoft.com/MDOPTAP Visit the URL above, fill out the survey about how […]

App-V Hidden Drive Letter ADM File

In our environment, our users love their drive letters, and they do so to the Nth degree. As part of a change control process, myself and a colleague have scheduled the deployment of the App-V Client across our business estate to allow us to begin provding the users with user-centric real-time streamed applications to meet […]

App-V Client Management via GPO

Deploying the App-V Client to end-user machines can be headache. Microsoft provide ADM files for managing the configuration of the App-V Client via Group Policy in AD DS, however if you are trying to deploy the client yourself, you will soon discover that the Microsoft ADM files don’t allow you to configure an App-V Publishing […]