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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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5.7. Deploying Your Applications to the Masses

There are many ways to deploy your application. We'll explore using group membership to deploy our applications (and we'll check in with that method again to make sure we get it). Then, we'll also explore the additional methods to get sequences delivered to target systems.

5.7.1. Using Group Membership to Deliver a SoftGrid Application

This is the most straightforward way to deliver the application. In fact, you've already done this one. Since you associated the Acrobat Reader application with the sgAcroReaders group, all you need to do is log on as someone who is a member of that group.

So, on XPPRO1, Vista1, or wherever you installed your SoftGrid Client, log on as Administrator. (If you're already ...

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