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One of the core features of SVS is the ability to eliminate conflicts between different software in different Virtual Software Packages (VSPs). One of the more common cases where customers want to leverage this ability is with Java. ...
Article by Jared Payne | 05 Jun 2007 | 0 comments
Jared Payne keeps tossing SVS gems over the wall. This tool swaps the writeable sublayers of two different layers. Download it here. Use: WriteableSwap <LayerName|GUID> <LayerName|GUID> [FLAGS] Flags F ...
Download by Jared Payne | 09 Oct 2006 | 1 comment
ExcludeDelete deletes the exclude entries contained in the template layer from the layers specified. This application is like ExcludeCopy except it removes the exclude entries. Details Flags -F Force the deactivation of ...
Download by Jared Payne | 30 Aug 2006 | 0 comments
One of the building blocks of many modern applications is the Component Object Model (COM). COM allows for functionality to be shared between applications. Distributed COM (DCOM) has the same goals as COM but allows for the COM object to reside in ...
Article by Jared Payne | 18 Aug 2006 | 0 comments
Jared Payne was surfing the support forums and noticed an extraordinary number of posters looking for an easy way to activate all their "ActivateOnStart" layers. So, being the customer-service kinda guy he is, Jared sat down and created not ...
Download by Jared Payne | 03 Aug 2006 | 0 comments
If fonts are a sore spot between you and virtualized applications, here's a cure from Jared Payne that should clear things up. A number of users have reported problem with fonts when using SVS. The reported problem causes applications like ...
Blog Entry by Jared Payne | 18 Apr 2006 | 25 comments
New tool from Jared (the toolmaster) Payne. This one is designed to cure those funky font adnormalities you might be seeing in your virtualized applications. Details CopyFonts copies the registered fonts from the layer to the base. It is ...
Download by Jared Payne | 18 Apr 2006 | 1 comment
It would be nice to have the ability to globally exclude a directory or file type from being captured, such as [DESKTOP] or .DOC files. This would act similar to data layer but instead letting the data fall to the base instead. Sounds good What ...
Idea by Jared Payne | 11 Apr 2006 | 10 comments
Regular contributor Jared Payne pulled this list of study materials together for users just stepping into the new world of software virtualization. In the past three months or so, a number of good foundation articles have been written around the ...
Blog Entry by Jared Payne | 27 Mar 2006 | 0 comments
SVS keeps track of process IDs and uses that information to determine where file and registry changes should be stored -- (in a layer or in the base). Jared Payne explains the rules SVS uses to make these decisions. SVS keeps track of process IDs and ...
Blog Entry by Jared Payne | 20 Mar 2006 | 0 comments