Sequencing Applications using Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6SP1 — A 2 day course
This course has been retired. Please review the Virtualization portfolio for available courses.
This two day instructor lead course is designed to give attendees the knowledge needed to sequence applications for use in a Microsoft Application Virtualization Environment.
After completing this course, students will have a deep understanding of the Application Virtualization Sequencing and be able to install and configure Sequencing workstation and create Application Virtualization Packages from standard applications to be deployed in their environments.
- General client operating system knowledge
- Good understanding of how Applications install
- Knowledge of application repackaging concepts
This course has been retired and is no longer available.
Introducing the Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencing Process
This module describes the key concepts behind Application Sequencing in a Microsoft Application Virtualization environment. The student will learn the key components of a package, what applications can and cannot be sequenced and how packages are delivered to the client. The module finishes by building a sequencing workstation.
- Lab: Installing the Application Virtualization 4.6SP1 Sequencer.
Creating an Application Virtualization Package.
This module starts by discussing the sequencer options and how they influence the package being built. We then go through the detailed steps of creating a package, create a template file and finally we examine all of the package editing options.
- Lab: Sequencing applications.
Advanced Sequencing Techniques.
This module examines some advanced sequencing options.
- Opening a Package for editing
- Package Branching.
- Sequencing Hard Coded applications
- Dynamic Suite Composition.
- Browser Plugins
- Package Accelerators
- OSD Scripting
- Lab: Advanced sequencing.
Diagnosing and troubleshooting Techniques Workshop
This module is delivered in the style of a workshop. We will discover techniques to view the world as the 'bubble' sees it and explore tools that can be used to help identify the causes of programs to fail. The lab time will give the students the opportunity to uses these tools against a troublesome application.
- Lab: Troubleshooting Workshop.