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Creating the Secure Managed Desktop: Using Group Policy, SoftGrid, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and Other Management Tools by Jeremy Moskowitz

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5.5. Delivering SoftGrid Applications

Sequencing the application for the SoftGrid server is only one part of the equation. The next big thing we need to do is to get it into our SoftGrid server and make it ready for deployment.

This is really the final frontier of a package: taking it from the sequenced blob that it is and making it available to our clients.

Then, our SoftGrid Clients can see the application and use it. It's a bunch of a little steps. So let's get started with the deliverin'.

5.5.1. Changing the Default Content Path

In our earlier example with the default application, we specified the path for both the OSD file and ICO file. You can see this in Figure 5.17.

However, it's also possible to just say that all packages will be coming ...

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