Last updated: 17th July, 2015, 10:22 AM With SCCM 2007 you had the option to automatic uninstall virtual applications. In the package you selected ‘Remove this package from clients when it is no longer advertised’. If the user was no longer member of the collection the virtual application was removed. With SCCM 2012 this feature …
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Jun 02 2014
Last updated: 2nd October, 2014, 7:51 PM In my article ‘Multiple shortcuts with different access permissions‘ I explained how it is possible to manage an application with different shortcuts with different access permissions with the Application Virtualization web interface. Now I will explain how this is done with SCCM 2012 R2 with CU2.
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Jun 18 2013
Last updated: 2nd October, 2014, 7:53 PM As a packager you always want to know if the application works as described in a intake document. Also you want to eliminate deployment issues. I run into issues that the application installed perfectly – even under the system account – but with SCCM 2007 the deployment failed.
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Mar 21 2013
Last updated: 2nd October, 2014, 7:53 PM The client I am working for now, uses SCCM 2007 to deploy App-V 4.6 packages. In the past it was needed to re-install both the SCCM 2007 and App-V client. As a result that the user has to re-install all the virtual applications.
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