Yesterday VMware Horizon Workspace 1.8 was released. While being a minor release it comes with some really nice ThinApp enhancements. Horizon Workspace has been able to deploy ThinApp packages from the very start. With 1.8 it takes a major leap forward supporting ThinApp delivery using HTTP and to non-domain members. Below is a list of the most important ThinApp enhancements in this release.
Horizon Agent for Windows 1.5.1 was released this week. This is a complete rewrite of the agent and from a ThinApp point of view a big release.
Horizon Workspace allows for central management of ThinApp packages. Horizon Workspace allows you to manage ThinApp packages entitlements, deploy ThinApp packages using both local and streaming deployment method and deploy updated packages. All from an easy to use central web console.
The new Horizon Agent have a couple new features which is greatly enhancing the ThinApp support in Horizon Workspace.
Deploying ThinApps with the help of VMware Horizon Workspace Application Manager is a great method, but what about updating? Horizon supports updating ThinApp packages and this blog post will walk you through one method of doing that.
This blog post was initially created for Horizon Application Manager. The same principles apply for Horizon Workspace.