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Notepad++ [Streaming Package]

Created: 30 Jan 2009 • Updated: 29 Jul 2010 | 4 comments
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Notepad++ is a generic source editor (it tries to be anyway) and Notepad replacement written in C++ with the win32 API. The aim of Notepad++ is to offer a slim and efficient binary with a totally customizable GUI.

This package has been provided to give those of you an opportunity to immediately experience what streaming virtual applications is all about.

Check back often as more sample streaming packages will be added to this site. We hope you enjoy, and look forward to your feedback!


  • SVS Professional Server or Symantec Workspace Streaming Server
  • SVS and Streaming Agent installed on client machine

If you don't have SVS Professional, download a trial copy here!


  • After downloading this file, open a new browser and enter the address to your Streaming Console. For example http://servername:9842
  • Login to the Streaming Console.
  • Select Packages in the left pane, then click on Add.
  • A Package Upload window will appear and you can navigate to the location you saved the ZIP file to. Select it, then click Upload.
  • Once the package has been uploaded you must then provision it to a user or group. Refer to the Administrators Guide for assistance on this.


  • This download contains a ZIP file which should be uploaded in its current form to your Streaming Server. It is not necessary to extract the file.
  • This package is supported on Windows XP and Windows Vista
File Size: 1.65 MB
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CR3ATIV3_25's picture

Is there any major difference between this Notepad++ and the original Notepad offered by Microsoft? I just want to see if this is really worth uploading it's package and then provisioning to users. If anyone who has used this or know some more details about this please leave a comment below so I can see the facts. Thanks.

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Pascal KOTTE's picture

~Pascal @ Do you speak French? Et utilisez Altiris: venez nous rejoindre sur le GUASF

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gomezar's picture

Notepad Plus+ is more robust than the notepad that is included in Windows, it support UNIX format.

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paul007ex's picture

Maybe I'm missing it, but when I choose to upload either the .zip file or the .exe which is uncompressed, I get the Streaming Console reports a failure of "not a package directory or a valid package file!"

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