On behalf of VMware, I’d like to announce that we have released version 4.7.3 of VMware ThinApp. The big headline for this release is enabling ThinApp packages to run across the broadest spectrum of operating systems from Windows XP to the recently released Windows 8. We’ve also updated the ThinApp Factory Fling to include the 4.7.3 runtime so that you can automagically package with the most current ThinApp version. Lastly, the ThinApp SDK has been rev’d to keep up with those of you creating some integrated offerings or just streamlining the registration of ThinApp packages. (see other blog entries about how to use the SDK)
ThinApp 4.7.3 is now available @ http://bit.ly/Is2ZvV
Release Notes @ http://bit.ly/T662Mv
ThinApp 4.7.3 SDK @ http://bit.ly/oZJD7h
ThinApp Factory @ http://bit.ly/MOqVp1
As always, we invite you to evaluate ThinApp and see for yourself how virtualizing Windows applications can simplify delivery and management.
ThinApp Factory Feeds
What’s involved in creating a ThinApp Factory Feed or Recipe?
This is a post to describe the format and syntax for writing application feeds and recipes for ThinApp Factory.
What is a ThinApp Factory Feed? A feed is an online application source which can dynamically update applications whenever vendors patch and upgrade them. You can create your own feeds and add them to ThinApp Factory.
We are excited to announce that Ninite has provided VMware customers a trial feed for use with the recently released ThinApp Factory. In short, the trial feed provides the ThinApp Factory a cloud-based catalog of 99 applications that can be pulled directly into the Factory and used to jumpstart our customers ThinApp Factory installations. The process is incredibly simple and can even be described as 'fun' if you have geek DNA in your veins.
Steps to use Ninite to Jumpstart your ThinApp Factory
1. Install Thinapp Factory Appliance
2. Add Ninite Trial Feed to your ThinApp Factory Instance
Are you looking for how to properly capture the VMware View Clients with the ThinApp Factory? Look no further! Here is an example!
If you are planning to install ThinApp Factory into VMware Workstation, you should know that there are some requirements you must meet prior to running the setup. This post will describe those requirements, and also offer some suggestions if you have attempted the install and it has failed.
Are you getting HTTP 404 or 500 errors when attempting to create ThinApp Factory Work Pools? If so, you may wish to read on!
These are the step by step instructions for installing the ThinApp Factory Appliance in a vSphere environment using the Setup Executable.
VMware has released the new ThinApp Factory appliance!
So… What the heck is ThinApp Factory and how can I use it?