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 us who are UK based is that even though this was a UK-based conference, we had to use European-to-UK power adapters.
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 on my Laptop.
So lets get on with building a App-V lab in Workstation 7