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In my Application of the Week blogs I’ve discussed how to deploy and provide Microsoft Store applications like Windows Calculator, Netflix and Deezer from within Liquit Workspace. These type applications were discussed to learn more how to support our customers using Microsoft Store apps in general. But also to learn ourselves how to improve install...
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When Single Sign-On (SSO) is not an option, a password manager is what most organizations opt for when dealing securely with passwords across the organization. In this blog I will discuss a password manager for which we regularly get questions about how to use it with Liquit Workspace and Liquit Release & Patch Management: LastPass....
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In this weeks blog I describe how to download an Appx package for offline use through the Microsoft Store for Business and Education to deploy the Appx package using Liquit Workspace as described in Application of the Week – Netflix (Part 2). IT admins can sign up for the Microsoft Store for Business and Education here....
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Today we published ‘Application of the Week – Netflix (Part 2)‘. After hitting ‘Publish’, I took a deep breath, grabbed a cup of coffee, got back to my desk and found an e-mail of someone who asked me whether this can be used to create a Package for Deezer too. Sure, that’s why the scripts...
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Thank you for your feedback and comments on Application of the Week – Netflix (Part 1). It seems you all spend a lot of time on creating these kind of packages for Microsoft Store apps. Therefore in this week’s blog I will throw in some PowerShell magic and some Liquit Workspace Smart icon magic to...
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“Did you say Netflix? Yes, Netflix!”. Last week during a customer meeting I got a question how Liquit deals with applications like Netflix and Ziggo GO within Liquit Workspace. These kind of applications can’t be downloaded from a vendor website as an MSI setup or Legacy (executable) setup. These are applications which can only be...
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In Last week’s blog about Windows Calculator I talked about provisioned apps in Windows 10. In this week’s blog I provide you a PowerShell script which uses our Liquit PowerShell Module to create a ‘Windows Calculator’ Launch package. First of all you need to install both the Liquit Agent and the Liquit Workspace Powershell Module....
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We get many questions about how to launch provisioned ‘Universal Windows Platform apps‘ from within Liquit Workspace. For this blog I’ve selected one of the most popular ones: Windows Calculator. Windows Calculator is a powerful calculator created as a Universal Windows Platform app. You may remember the term Windows Store app or metro style app...
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