Application Virtualization Deployment Requirements
Updated: February 1, 2010
Applies To: Application Virtualization
Before you deploy Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) in your environment, you should verify that you can meet the hardware and software requirements for the components you plan to deploy, according to your chosen deployment scenario.
In This Section
- Application Virtualization System Requirements
- Describes the recommended hardware and software requirements for each of the Application Virtualization System components.
- Application Virtualization Sequencer Hardware and Software Requirements
- Describes the minimum recommended hardware and software configuration for your Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer workstation.
- Application Virtualization Client Hardware and Software Requirements
- Describes the recommended minimum hardware and software configuration for your installation of the Application Virtualization Desktop Client and the Application Virtualization Client for Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services).
- Configuring Prerequisite Groups in Active Directory for App-V
- Describes the objects that you must install in Active Directory groups before you install the App-V system.
- How to Configure Windows Server 2008 for App-V Management Servers
- Describes how to configure the server running Windows Server 2008 by installing Internet Information Services (IIS) as a role so that you can install the App-V Management Web Service.
- Application Virtualization Deployment and Upgrade Checklists
- Provides checklists of tasks to guide you through the correct sequence when installing or upgrading the App-V system.
Other ResourcesApplication Virtualization Deployment and Upgrade Considerations
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