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Application Virtualization Server-Based Scenario

Updated: April 28, 2010

Applies To: Application Virtualization

If you plan to use a server-based deployment scenario for your Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) environment, you should understand the differences between the Application Virtualization Management Server and the Application Virtualization Streaming Server. The topics in this section describe those differences and also provide information about package delivery methods, transmission protocols, and external components that you have to consider as you continue with your deployment. This section also provides step-by-step procedures for installing and configuring the App-V Management Server and the Application Virtualization Streaming Servers.

In This Section

Application Virtualization Server-Based Scenario Overview
Provides important deployment information about the Application Virtualization Management Server, the Application Virtualization Streaming Server, and the package delivery methods, protocols, and external components relevant to your server-based deployment plan.

How to Install the Servers and System Components
Describes how to install the Microsoft Application Virtualization platform components required for your server-based deployment.

How to Configure Servers for Server-Based Deployment
Describes how to configure the Application Virtualization Management Server, the Application Virtualization Streaming Server, the Internet Information Integration (IIS) server, and the file server.

How to Configure a Read-only Cache on the App-V Client (VDI)
Describes how to configure the App-V client to use read-only cache.

How to Configure a Read-only Cache on the App-V Client (RDS)
Describes how to configure the App-V client to use read-only cache.

How to Configure Microsoft SQL Server Mirroring Support for App-V
Describes how to configure database mirroring by using Microsoft SQL Server for your App-V system.

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