In the article [Article 1] - ProfileUnity from LiquidWare: installation and configuration I described all the steps that are needed to install ProfileUnity. 

ProfileUnity comes with 17 predefined applications, ready to be deployed from Liquidware AWS S3 bucket in a Proof of Concept environment and not to end-users. In this example, Firefox is deployed to all the PoC-users who are member of the AD group Demo - ProfileUnity Firefox.

If you start the ProfileUnity web console you find all the predefined applications under Inventory Management:

Inventory Management

In this example, Firefox is deployed to all the users who are member of the AD group Demo - ProfileUnity Firefox.

Create an application in the web console

Configuration Management

Start the web console. Click on [Configuration Management] followed by [Create] in the upper right corner.

Click Manual

Click [Manual]

Enter all the details.

Enter all the details. Click [Save] when done. 

Click Edit

Click [Edit]

Click FlexApp DIA

Click [FlexApp DIA]

Click Add FlexApp DIA Rule

Click [Add FlexApp DIA Rule]

Drag-and-drop Firefox to FlexApp Packages To Install.

Drag-and-drop Firefox to FlexApp Packages To Install.

The end result

The end result.

Click Update

Click [Update]

Deploy the configuration

Deploy the configuration. Otherwise, the application will not be available to the end user. Also, a ini file Firefox 59.0.2.ini is created in the ProfileUnity share.

A success box

A success box.

Testing on a client

Now. logon on a client with a userid that is member of the AD group Demo - ProfileUnity Firefox.

Firefox is available

Firefox is available on the desktop.

Offered as a VMDK

The application is delivered as a virtual disk. 

The next article is about packaging an application. 

Other articles in this series: