HPE had its own little conference called HP Discover this year, in the Excel Center in London. First a little disclaimer. I was invited to attend by Calvin Zito @HPEStorageguy (so thank you for that). That said, it will not affect my independence regarding technology. Now a little aside: one of the oddest things for those of …
In parts one and two we concentrated on the Server side of the deployment, now it is time to configure the client.
In the first post in this series we installed and configured the management server and a dummy AD and DNS environment, there was an aside on Certificate services too, this time we will start to configure the Client/ Server communications. so without further ado lets get started.
I am getting to play with App-V a little bit more so I decided that it was a good idea to build a test lab, well resources are short I currently have no 64 bit hardware capable of running vSphere in my lab, so I have had to resort to my faithful Workstation 7 instance …
This is the first part of a series of blogs about Application Virtualisation What is Application Virtualisation? The idea behind application virtualisation is relatively simple in that an application runs on your desktop without ever having installed it.