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Using the Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.6: Collecting Inventory and Compatibility Data (Part 2 of 6) | TechNet Video There are four compatibility evaluators that are included in the Data Collection Packages (DCP’s). The evaluators will run on the client computer that processes this package. After you create the DCP, this package will reside in a network share in the form of an .MSI executable. The client computer ... More...

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Using the Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.6: Exploring the Compatibility Administrator (32-bit) (Part 5 of 6) | TechNet Video To create fixes for incompatible applications you can use the Compatibility Administrator (32-bit) . This tool, which is installed with ACT, creates a database of compatibility fixes that can be installed on the Windows 7 clients that already have the applications installed. In this screencast, we w... More...

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Windows 7 Deployment: My Application is Broken and Can’t Get Up! Finding, testing, and fixing applications on Windows 7 with the Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.6 | TechNet Video In Windows 7 migrations application compatibility is an important issue. That’s where the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) comes to the rescue. But how does ACT really work? In this session, we dissect the tool to really understand where its strengths are, where its weaknesses are, and why... More...

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