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Microsoft Application Virtualization Cookbook by James Preston

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Applying settings to the App-V client using Group Policy

Features of the App-V client can be centrally managed through Group Policy; this method of management is a particularly useful way of assigning the publishing servers that the client should contact to retrieve lists of applications to present to the user.

Getting ready

It is assumed that you have completed the steps in the previous chapter. In addition, you should create a central store for Group Policy objects within your domain; a guide to how to create this store can be found at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929841.

Tip

The Group Policy Central Store is a single location for the storage of Group Policy ADMX templates that ensures administrators are always working from a single set of policies. ...

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