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On Streaming and Formats in App-V

On Streaming and Formats in App-V

Tim Mangan
TMurgent Technologies, LLP
September 22, 2014
Related Product:  App-V 5.0 SP2 HF5 and prior

When we created the original application virtualization product, SoftGrid, streaming was a very important part of the implementation.  …

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App-V Usage Survey Results (un-scientific)

Earlier this year I placed a survey on the TMurgent home page for folks to provide some simple input about their App-V usage. This post provides a review of the results of the highly un-scientific survey. I didn’t advertise the …

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Translation of On App-V Performance

Last week, I wrote a blog post On App-V 5 Performance which received a lot of attention. From the response, it is pretty clear that my message was not understood. I am a geek, so it is not that unusual.
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Slide Deck from my Geek Speak Presentation at Citrix Synergy

As promised, here is Slide Deck from my presentation at Citrix Synergy 2013.

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Better detection in 4.6SP2

You just gotta love how Microsoft sneaks things in.

4.6SP2 is pretty much a rollup of hotfixes (almost all of them since 4.6SP1 came out), plus support for Windows 8, Server 2012, and additional client changes for transitional dual client …

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App-V 4.6* and the case of the bad URL

 401   We ran into this in our Masters Level App-V Training class this week. We love to try things “outside the box” in these classes because we always learn more. Thanks to Mike from the UK for coming
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Recording of Tim on BrianMadden Live show

I had the honor of being the featured guest on the “BrianMadden Live” podcast earlier this week. The recording can be found at this link: here.

I also posted a couple of articles on Brian’s site the last month …

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What the #&$&? is the OSD filename?

Once upon a time in a land far, far, away, when an APPV virtual package landed on a client machine, the OSD file was cached in a special folder using the filename it was packaged with. This made it easy …