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Typically, if you order a print copy today, they will print and ship your copy on the same business day.
With the release of Application Virtualization version 5.0, Microsoft changed out all of the old scripting and programming
interfaces and replaced them with PowerShell interface modules. In this book, the authors dig well below the limited online
help that comes with the product to fully expose not only the PowerShell cmdlets but underlying object interfaces, with numerous
Both IT Professionals looking to build some custom scripting, and Developers who want to build add-on products will find this
complete reference guide a valuable resource for working with App-V. This book is not only more accurate than the release
documentation, but is full of working examples on how to use the four PowerShell modules released with the product.
Softcover; 266 pages
The caching of code and data is a common technique used throughout the Windows Operating System in order
to improve system and application performance. While System Performance is
a difficult subject, this work represents a digestable look at performance by isolating the top
fifteen or so ways that caching is used in the Windows 7 Operating System.
Not only are each of the caching techniques described and detailed, but experiments are provided that
the reader may use to look further into the performance of their own systems. Numeroud free tools are used
for these experiments, and the appendix provides an excellent guide to using these tools.
This book represents the culmination of years of research and a series of presentations made
by the author in front of audiences around the world.
Softcover; 234 pages
"The Client Book", which is all about the App-V 4.6* Client, has been released at last.
The first book written exclusively about the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) product.
This book provides an in-depth look into the App-V Client.
Written by Microsoft Most Valueable Professionals (MVPs) for App-V, Tim Mangan and Kevin Kaminski, this book is a culmination of years of work with the product.
This 230+ page book represents the most complete reference to all aspects of the client.
For more information and a view of the Table of Contents: Click here.
The Client Book is available in English in both hardcover and paperback. The German version is available in hardcover only.
The new App-V 4.6 SP1 Sequencer uses task oriented questions and skip/customize style questions to streamline the sequencing process.
This logic flow chart shows what wizard pages appear (or not) based upon those choices.
A good portable reference to understand the new wizard, especially for "old hands" at sequencing that are used to alwways having their options.
An e-book in PDF format, you can view this on any device.
A portable reference guide for the OSD syntax. For years our OSD Illustrated has been the go-to documentation guide for the OSD syntax.
Now, we have a real (although unofficial) reference guide. Written in the epub format, it should be readable on most readers that supports ePub (possibly except Kindle).
New: Updated for 4.6SP2
For a preview, including a table of contents, Click Here.
We sometimes hand out this poster to people taking our Masters Level App-V Training Classes and it is quite a popular item.
People often ask for extra copies, so we are making it available online.
This is a hi-res PDF, and it is suitable for printing to a 22x38.5 inch poster.
The drawing organizes the schema of the database used by the full App-V infrstructure server in a logical way.
We provide this so that you can write custom reports for application, user, and server usages, and more.
The schema drawing was created originally by us to help us develop some custom tools to manage the App-V Server.
Although those tools (PimpMy) are no longer offered, we have been keeping the drawing up to date with product changes.
This is an older version of the same poster, for those running 4.1 and 4.2.