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Q: Greg inquired, "I note that the SVS File System Filter Driver uses Windows NT technology, but the app still requires Win2000 or WinXP. Would I be right in assuming it won't run on WinNT, and if so, why? This is more a matter of ...
Blog Entry by Admin | 19 Jul 2006 | 0 comments
Q: Clayton asked, "How does SVS work with a recovery solution on a personal computing level, such as Norton Ghost?" A: No difference, Clayton. Since the SVS redirect areas are stored in the regular Windows file system and ...
Blog Entry by Admin | 17 Jul 2006 | 4 comments
Q: Martin asked, "Why wouldn't computer management agents work well when virtualized?" A: They would/could work well, Martin. It's more a matter of principle. We just think it will be simpler for admins if management ...
Blog Entry by Admin | 17 Jul 2006 | 0 comments
It is possible, and in some situations preferable* to run virtual platforms in a virtual layer. I use a combination of Virtual PC and VMware Server to host my virtual instances, but I find that running these applications slows down my machine during ...
Blog Entry by Adam Hall | 13 Jul 2006 | 7 comments
"The whole concept of application virtualization is excellent. It will doubtless have further reach in the long term than full-system virtualization. Rather than building VMs, you build what Altiris calls Virtual Software Packages (VSPs). This ...
Blog Entry by Admin | 12 Jul 2006 | 0 comments
It is important to remember that SVS layers are still subject to Group Policies, even though the layer may be activated after the application of the policies. A local cache of the Group Policies are held on the local machine when a member of an ...
Blog Entry by Adam Hall | 12 Jul 2006 | 8 comments
Q: Barry wrote, "Should I assume that the virtualized layers are, in effect, enclosed portions of memory? And that the allocated amount of memory isn't static, but varies according to the data (program files, registry entries, ...
Blog Entry by Admin | 10 Jul 2006 | 0 comments
While "Delete (Force)" works most of the time for SVS Software Delivery in NS, sometimes Deactivating then Deleting is a better idea. Since it is still a single command line it is easy to manually add to an SVS Software Delivery package. It ...
Idea by Josh Bernson | 06 Jul 2006 | 1 comment
If you need to create a printer as part of an SVS Layer, you need to restart the Print Spooler service after the layer is activated. I included a script in the Adobe Acrobat Professional layer I created, with a shortcut to this script in the StartUp ...
Blog Entry by Adam Hall | 06 Jul 2006 | 6 comments
The original article Creating Printers in SVS Layers (e.g. Adobe PDF Printer) submitted by Adam Hall , can be read : here . Se hai necessità di creare una stampante che sia inclusa in un layer SVS, allora è necessario anche eseguire un ...
Blog Entry by riva11 | 06 Jul 2006 | 0 comments