The new Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based model is available in Public Preview for everyone since the beginning of May. It addresses a lot of customer feedback, such as extra management (GUI) capabilities, AAD group support, metadata location changes and more. Liquit Workspace now supports both ARM-based Windows Virtual Desktops and...Continue Reading
PuTTY is a free SSH and telnet client, developed by Simon Tatham for the Windows platform. Because it’s a small application, it’s a great example demonstrating how App-V is supported in Liquit Workspace. In this blog I’ve used an App-V package for PuTTY created using Liquit Setup Commander and the App-V Sequencer. That one used...Continue Reading
Microsoft Remote Desktop Client has been covered in this Application of the Week blog. Recently Microsoft told me this page has been updated since I wrote that blog. E.g. this section has been included and is important when using WVD:“Windows Virtual Desktop doesn’t support the RemoteApp and Desktop Connections (RADC) client or the Remote Desktop...Continue Reading
Many organizations use Microsoft Intune and Windows Autopilot to streamline and automate provisioning, policy management and Windows updates. Where Liquit Workspace is used to provide a the Digital Workspace with SSO and smart icons for the end users combined with advanced features for Win32 app Release and Patch management. Me and my colleague Rens Kattenberg...Continue Reading
Moving from using local applications to Microsoft RemoteApps in Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) can be disruptive for end-users. The only thing an end-user wants to do is click an icon and start the application. They do not care about the technology that is needed to launch the application. This video demonstrates the use of a...Continue Reading
Liquit Workspace supports MSIX app attach for Microsoft WVD natively (a blog about that including a video will be available soon). MSIX app attach is based on using MSIX. For Generating VHD’s for selected MSIX packages the msixmgr tool is used. MSIX app attach is based on MSIX. Reality is that, up to today, none...Continue Reading
BlueJeans offers cloud-based meetings and large interactive events that are simple, scalable and secure. BlueJeans Meetings offers a meeting experience to connect people from anywhere on any device. BlueJeans Rooms offer a digital conference room, where BlueJeans Events can be used to host and manage live interactive events. In this blog I will explain how...Continue Reading
Slack provides collaboration software using channels which can be divided up by team, project, client, or whatever else is relevant to your organization. In your email inbox, seeing all the conversations about a single project requires sifting through many different email chains. In Slack, you’ll save time by seeing all the discussions and files about...Continue Reading
GoToMeeting is a longtime favorite. It was developed in July 2004 using the remote access and screen sharing technology from GoToMyPC and GoToAssist to allow web conferencing. In February 2017, GoToMeeting became a product of LogMeIn as a result of a merger between LogMeIn and Citrix’s GoTo business. So here we are in 2020. GoToMeeting...Continue Reading
Google Hangouts is popular with G Suite users which have a subscription for G Suite, since it’s part of their suite. At first for me it was a bit confusing though what Google Hangouts includes nowadays, because of the Classic Hangout. In this blog I will explain how to create a Smart Icon for Google...Continue Reading
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