Microsoft has disabled the Copy to functionality which allowed administrators to copy profiles to a central share and set security while doing this so all users can access this profile. This is (as far as I know) deliberant.
Well this posed me at first for a problem, because I had to define a Mandatory profile and one of the first steps was to copy the profile. Luckily enough I have a lot of colleagues that are smart and after a short discussion with one of them we came to the conclusion we have to create a mandatory profile the “old-fashioned” way.
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Ok, before continuing I have to say this wasn’t one of my finest moments, but to my defense, 2 other colleagues on the job hadn’t a good idea/clue either.
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Microsoft put an amazing (IMHO) poster online which provides you with a visual reference in order to understand key technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2. Focus areas are:
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Yesterday Microsoft released Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6 (which is now compatible with 64-bit Windows client and server platforms). Because this release was tightly coordinated with the App-V MVP’s there’s a lot of information already out there, like the following blogs from the MVP’s:
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In my last post I wrote about the sneak peek I had at Immidio AppScriber 2.0, and on January 14th it became RTW (Released to Web). Visit Immidio where you can download a trial version (registration required in order to get a trial license).
If you want to view what it can do for you, you can visit the youtube channel of immidio and watch some videos of Appscriber (and as well Flex Profiles).