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How to Use the Desktop Notification Area for Application Virtualization Client Management

Updated: September 24, 2009

The notification area is a standard Windows feature that, by default, appears in the lower-right corner of the desktop. You can exercise some Application Virtualization Client functionality from the notification area without starting the Application Virtualization Client Management Console.

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How to Refresh Virtual Applications from the Desktop Notification Area
Provides a simple procedure you can use to refresh the list of virtualized applications authorized for the client.

How to Load Virtual Applications from the Desktop Notification Area
Provides procedures for loading virtualized applications into the cache.

How to Cancel Loading of Virtual Applications from the Desktop Notification Area
Provides procedures for cancelling the loading of virtual applications.

How to Work Offline or Online with Application Virtualization
Provides procedures you can use to toggle between offline and online operation.

How to Exit the App-V Client from the Notification Area
Provides a simple procedure you can use to exit the application from the desktop notification area.

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