Virtualizing Enterprise Desktops and Apps: App-V Clients and App Sequencing

IT administrators who want to gain experience using Microsoft virtualization technologies to plan for and implement application and desktop virtualization in a medium to large organization; learners looking to prepare for the 70-694: Virtualizing Enterprise Desktops and Apps certification exam

Prerequisite
None

Expected Duration
155 minutes

Description
The App-V Desktop client needs to be installed on all computers that require access to virtualized applications that will be published using App-V. This client ensures the applications run properly and appear to the user as a traditional application on a local computer. To package the applications for deployment to the clients they need to be sequenced using the App-V Sequencer. This course will demonstrate how to deploy and configure the App-V client. It will demonstrate how to install the App-V Sequencer and how to sequence applications and deploy them. This course is one of a series in the Skillsoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Microsoft Exam 70-694: Virtualizing Enterprise Desktops and Apps certification exam with credit toward MCP, Microsoft Specialist credentials.

Objective

Sequence Applications

  • start the course
  • configure the directories for the application installation requirements and use the Option dialog box to configure settings for the App-V Sequencer
  • prepare a computer for a virtual package, select the type of application and installer, and name the package using the Create New Package wizard in the App-V Sequencer
  • configure the Software for a new application package, customize it, and create the package using the Create New Package wizard in the App-V Sequencer
  • use the Package Editor to configure settings for the virtualized application package
  • update a sequenced application by modifying the virtualized application package

Deploy Application Packages

  • add packages to App-V using the management console
  • edit the active directory access to the virtualized application package to assign users and groups
  • configure and publish virtualized application packages

Install App-V Client

  • plan for an App-V client deployment, including client coexistence and Share Content Store
  • install the App-V client
  • configure the App-V client using PowerShell
  • configure App-V client settings using the ADMXTemplate and Group Policy
  • Install the App-V RDS client and configure the App-V server connection using PowerShell
  • access and use the App-V Client console to view virtual applications
  • configure App-V reporting on the client
  • create a report for App-V

Connection Groups

  • describe the Connection Group Virtual Environment and Connection Group File
  • create a connection group
  • create connection groups with user-published and globally published packages
  • publish a connection group
  • use optional packages to connection groups
  • configure a connection group to use any version of a package

Deploy Office 2013 with App-V

  • describe the supported versions, deployments, and licensing of Microsoft Office and guidelines for deployment
  • customize the XML configuration file to specify the Office 2013 product details for the App-V package
  • convert the Office applications into an App-V package
  • publish the Office 2013 package using the App-V server
  • enable Office plugins by creating a package using the App-V sequencer and connection group

Practice: Create and Deploy Packages

  • create App-V packages using the App-V Sequencer and deploy them, and also manage connection groups

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