Preloading Microsoft Application Virtualization (SoftGrid) cache using a script

Ever find yourself in need of preloading an application into the Microsoft Application Virtualization (SoftGrid) client cache?  For example, say you're rolling Microsoft App Virtualization out to a remote office where they're connected via a slow link and you want to avoid bringing all those apps down at 2400 baud (there's a term I bet […]

Ever find yourself in need of preloading an application into the Microsoft Application Virtualization (SoftGrid) client cache?  For example, say you're rolling Microsoft App Virtualization out to a remote office where they're connected via a slow link and you want to avoid bringing all those apps down at 2400 baud (there's a term I bet you haven't heard in a while).  There are some good instructions and a couple scripts that will allow you to do to this fairly easily over on virtualapp.net:

http://www.virtualapp.net/scripts.html#SoftGridPreloadApps

The usual disclaimers apply:  This isn't a Microsoft site so we make to warranties or guarantees as to the suitability of this information, we don't support the use of these scripts, etc, etc but I think you'll find what's there to be useful.

Source:→ Microsoft

SoftGrid, Microsoft Application Virtualization, AppVirt, Cache, Script

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