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Deployment Visio 2013 and Project 2013 as AppV 5.0 package created with Click to Run

Last updated: 5th July, 2015, 11:40 AM Office 2013 – and its components – can only be made available as an App-V 5.0 package with Click to Run. The required steps – including streaming to the client with the App-V 5.0 Management Console – are described in this article.

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User Environment Variables in App-V 5.0 with SP1, SP2 and SP2 Hotfix 4

The environment variables are shown incorrect,

Last updated: 12th July, 2014, 4:26 PM Dan Gough wrote an excellent article named: User Environment Variables in App-V 5 Scripts. To summarize: it is about the fact that environment variables are not shown correctly in AppV 5.0. However: the question is: is this still the case? Time to investigate!

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Installing a MSI package during App-V 5.0 Package deployment

Last updated: 19th August, 2013, 2:30 PM Driver packages cannot be virtualized as they have to communicate directly with the hardware. So packages using a driver have never been virtualized. Until now. With AppV 5.0 it is possible to install the driver while adding an AppV 5.0 package and to uninstall it during the removal …

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Using connection groups to interact locally installed applications with virtual applications

Last updated: 1st August, 2013, 9:19 PM Let’s take the following scnenario: both Microsoft Visio 2010 and Microsoft Project 2010 have been virtualized using Application Virtualization v5.0 techniques. Microsoft Word 2010 has been installed locally. With Microsoft Application Virtualization prior to v5.0 it was not possible to use a virtualized application within a locally installed …

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