I have restarted the coding of mayadeploy, a Full Package Management Solution for Small Business, It will be re-coded in Python & G++, using WX as GUI library.
Few silent features are as follows,
- Based on Server & Client architecture
- Using this managers will be able to deploy packages on to his reportee’s computer without any human intervention. (Only for App-V Packages for now)
- Will support following file types for deployment:- msi, exe, batch files, App-V Packages
- Ver: 2 will support even hardware & software reporting
- Will have entire Software Life cycle support.
- New Software request or Existing Software request
- Integration, packaging, UAT and Deployment lifecycle integrated.
as always i am requesting yours comments and suggestions to make it a success.
My first try to consolidate all the app-v interview questions. http://sourceforge.net/projects/softgridhelper/files/Documentations/AppV%20Interview%20Questions_Ver_0.0.1Alpha1.pdf/download
As always your comments and suggestions are most welcome.
Short Answer is Yes & No.
Long Answer: If the application was sequenced on WinXP and streamed on Vista then there is more chances for the application to work but reverse is not recommended.
Also if the application when physically installed does not work then even the virtualized application will also not work.
Steps to create the custom exclusion list.
- Launch the AppV sequencer.
- Goto Tools -> Options
- Select “Exclusion Items” tab
- Add new exclusion items using “New Button”
- When all the exclusion items are added then press “Save As Default” button
- Copy the default.sprj file from “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer\” or the folder where the sequencer was installed to some network share from where it can be accessed later.
Using the custom exclusion list
- Copy the saved default.sprj file to “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer\” before launching the Sequencer.
- When launched the sequencer will take the exclusion list from the default.sft file.