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Shameless plug alert ! Have you seen this event yet? Apologies, that party is over now 😉 Liquit is now 5 years old! My journey with Liquit started more than two years ago and a fantastic ride it has been since. But that’s worth another blog 🙂 Writing this weeks Application of the Week blog...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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I just got of a call with a customer who asked for guidance on deploying and managing both Slack and Whereby using Liquit Workspace. In this blog I will explain how to create a Smart Icon for Whereby. This Smart Icon contains one action, part of one Launch action set. the first and only action...
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Zoom is popular for it’s solutions for Meetings, Chat and Video Webinars. In this blog I will explain how to create a Smart Icon for Zoom. This Smart Icon contains two actions in one Launch action set for which ‘Stop at first effective action’ is set: the first action runs the zoom.exe executable, when Zoom...
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As promised in Application of the Week – LastPass (Part 1) here’s the PowerShell script to create a Smart Icon for LastPass. Two comments:– Compared to the PowerShell scripts I’ve used so far, this script also uses Set-LiquitEntityFilter. Two filters are set for the first two actions. The AND operator is needed because both have...
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Many IT organizations are looking at Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). Liquit accelerates your move to WVD in different ways, based on our WVD connector. In order to connect to Windows Virtual Desktop you have different options when using Windows 7 or Windows 10: Using an HTML5-capable and support browser and the WVD web appRemote Desktop...
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