Sequencing Reflection 2008 as Virtual Application with Microsoft App-V 4.5 on Vista

This technical note describes one way to sequence Reflection 2008 so that it can run as a virtual application streamed from a Virtual Application Server or deployed with installer technology using Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5. Note: Other methods not described in this technical note can be used to successfully sequence and deploy Reflection 2008 as […]

This technical note describes one way to sequence Reflection 2008 so that it can run as a virtual application streamed from a Virtual Application Server or deployed with installer technology using Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.5. Note: Other methods not described in this technical note can be used to successfully sequence and deploy Reflection 2008 as a virtual application. There’re three main phases to create an app to run as a virtual application: Phase I. Document apps installation requirements for sequencing—determine your sequencing requirements by documenting which Reflection 2008 components and features are installed, location of installation files, and location of any configured user data, such as session documents. Phase II. Sequence app using Application Virtualization Sequencer, and then copy sequenced package files to Distribution Point or Virtual Application Server. Phase III. Publish and assign virtual app package to users.

More info: Technical Note 2406