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Application Virtualization Client Management Console

Updated: September 24, 2009

Applies To: Application Virtualization

The Microsoft Application Virtualization Client Management Console is a snap-in to the Microsoft Management Console. Administrators and users can use the Application Virtualization Management Console to configure the Desktop Client and Client for Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services) and manage applications.

In This Section

Application Virtualization Client Management Console Overview
Provides general information about the tasks you can perform by using the Virtualization Client Management Console.

How to Perform General Administrative Tasks in the Client Management Console
Provides procedures that you can use to set up the Publishing Server and to refresh applications.

How to Manage Applications in the Client Management Console
Provides procedures that you can use to manage applications.

How to Configure the Client in the Application Virtualization Client Management Console
Provides procedures that you can use to configure Desktop Client and Client for Remote Desktop Services.

How to Manually Manage Applications in the Client Management Console
Provides procedures that you can use to manually manage applications.

See Also

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