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File Type Associations Node

jamiejdt|Last Updated: 6/16/2016
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The File Type Associations node is one level below the Application Virtualization System node in the Scope pane in the Application Virtualization Server Management Console. When you select this node, the Results pane displays a list of file type associations. Right-click the File Type Association node to display a pop-up menu that contains the following elements.

New File Type Association
Displays the New File Type Association Wizard. This wizard consists of the following two pages:

  1. Enter a new or existing file name extension, and associate the extension with a file type.

    1. Extension—Enables you to enter a new or existing file name extension. This field is blank by default.

    2. Create a new file type with this description—Select this radio button to enter a new file type description in the active field. This button is selected by default, and the active field is blank.

    3. Link this extension with an existing file type—Select this radio button to associate the extension with an existing file type. Pick a file type from the drop-down list.

  2. Select the application that will open files with the specified extension.

    1. Open files with the selected application—Enables you to choose an application from the drop-down list of available applications.

    2. Icon Path—Enables you to enter the complete path to the ICO file or to browse for the ICO file.

View
Changes the appearance and content of the Results pane.

New Window from Here
Opens a new management console with the selected node as the root node.

Refresh
Refreshes the view of the server.

Export List
Creates a tab-delimited text file that contains the contents of the Results pane. This item displays a standard File Save dialog box where you specify the location for the text file you are creating.

Help
Displays the help system.

Server Management Console: File Type Associations Node

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