Microsoft App-V 4.5: Understanding Autoload Feature

Understanding the autoload feature’s important for those users either new to App-V in general or are in the process of planning an upgrade to 4.5 from a previous version of Softgrid. Administrators need to understand the various characteristics of the autoload feature and its options for configuration. It’s also important to understand some potential ramifications […]

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Understanding the autoload feature’s important for those users either new to App-V in general or are in the process of planning an upgrade to 4.5 from a previous version of Softgrid. Administrators need to understand the various characteristics of the autoload feature and its options for configuration. It’s also important to understand some potential ramifications of using them. Use of autoload triggers’ll likely increase the initial network traffic of SFT streaming following an installation or upgrade of App-V 4.5. For managed bandwidth environments, this can be a cause of concern especially if the defaults are left in place. There’re several ways to configure these options when deploying the App-V 4.5 Desktop or Terminal Services Client. You can set these parameters interactively during the installation of the client, through use of the non-interactive command-line installer parameters, manually within the registry, through use of the SFTMIME command, or controlled via group policy.

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