[Windows 7]MS Application Virtualization for Remote Desktop Services.
Problem may occurÂ like Application Conflicts in remote desktop services deployments. Servers begin to containt he applications within the servers and this may isolate and prevent the application from running as intended.so,to resolve sucha kind of problem Microsoft has released the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) for Remote Desktop Support Program.This program is designed to provide assistance to solve application compatibility issues on Remote Desktop Session Hosts or Terminal Servers.Now in recent Microsoft has released Version App-V for RDS 4.6, which also support 64-bit operating systems.
As the most of the operation now a days employ remote system service. To avoid the applicaiton conflicts, a significant amout of testing must occur which can determine what application will create the collision and must be seperated from the run on different session host servers.
It helps consolidate remoe desktop session host servers to solve the conflicting operation. It offers several features and benefits:
–>Reduce app-to-app and multi-user application conflicts which reduces the need for regression testing
–>By reducing the deployment risk you can make the deployment faster.
–>It will also simplify profile management
–>64-bit Operating systems is also supported.
The Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 4.6 program set, is a part of the Desktop Optimization Pack(MDOP 2010). Companies with Remote Desktop Services deployments (also known as Terminal Services), can already start leveraging App-V 4.6 for RDS, which, was formerly known as App-V for Terminal Services.
Productivity improvements: It will immediately free up administration time from IT and enhance end-user productivity.
Tighter integration with other Microsoft products: Office 2010, SCCM, and other 3rd Party Distribution Systems
Support for 32 and 64 bit application and the x86 and 64 bit platform are also available.
You can download the Microsoft Application Virtualization for Remote Desktop Services here.