[Whitepaper] Best Practices for Delivering Microsoft Office 365 in VMware Horizon 7 With Published Applications

Mar 10, 2017
Frank Anderson


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A new whitepaper, “Best Practices for Delivering Microsoft Office 365 in VMware Horizon 7 with Published Applications,” is now available to help you avoid the risks that can occur during setup and use.

Office 365 and Horizon 7 RDSH-Published Applications

VMware Horizon 7 bridges the gap between Office 365 and RDS-published application delivery. The white paper is packed full of useful tips for setting up Microsoft Office 365 in a VMware Horizon 7 environment, and seamlessly delivering published applications to end users. The paper provides overarching insight into the basic requirements, including use of the specialized Office Deployment Tool, Click-to-Run, and Shared Computer Activation.

Deploying Office 365 ProPlus using VMware Horizon 7 Published Applications

The paper explains the benefits of deploying Office 365 with Horizon 7 Published Applications, unpacks the concepts of shared computer activation (SCA) as applied to delivering published applications, and explains how you can use SCA when setting up Office 365 on VMware Horizon 7. Installation tips for Office 365 are included, as well as optimization tips for deploying Office 365 in a VMware Horizon 7 RDSH environment. Moreover, the paper gives you a preview of numerous optional enhancements using VMware App Volumes, VMware User Environment Manager, and VMware Identity Manager, all of which can further extend capabilities and streamline your deployments.

You can find out how to improve performance and application manageability when delivering Office 365 applications from VMware Horizon 7 in an RDSH environment, in the Best Practices for Delivering Microsoft Office 365 in VMware Horizon 7 with Published Applications white paper. This paper also includes links to additional information, a few of which are listed here:

To comment on this paper, contact VMware End-User Computing Technical Marketing at euc_tech_content_feedback@vmware.com.

This post was written by Frank Anderson and Cindy Heyer Carroll, technical writer for VMware End-User Computing Technical Marketing.

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