10 Facts About App-V


App-V represents Microsoft's entry to the application virtualization market, alongside their other virtualization technologies such as Hyper-V, Microsoft User Environment Virtualization, Remote Desktop Services, and System Center Virtual Machine Manager.

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App-V allows applications to be deployed in real-time to any client from a virtual application server.

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App-V applications are sandboxed from each other, so that different versions of the same application can be run under App-V concurrently and so that mutually exclusive applications can co-exist on the same system.

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App-V thus allows centralized installation and management of deployed applications.

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Microsoft App-V is an additional component requiring licensing for use.

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Microsoft released Version 5 of App-V in late November 2012, which is a third generation major redesign of the entire platform.

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An offshoot of App-V was released by Microsoft under the name Microsoft Server Application Virtualization.

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App-V 5 requires the use of System Center Configuration Manager 2012, and above, for full support of App-V features.

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App-V sequencer is the component which re-packages an application for virtualization and streaming.

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App-V client receives virtual application package definitions in several ways.

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