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The . . . Definitive Guide for VMware ThinApp

Over the last four years I’ve been working with customers and partners on articulating and demonstrating the value of VMware ThinApp.  While ThinApp does offer one of the most flexible and streamlined solutions for virtualizing Windows applications there are still times when you need to put the product knowledge and the application expert together to get the results you want.  That has now occurred in written (and ebook) form with the release of the definitive guide for VMware ThinApp.  The title, VMware ThinApp Essentials, much like the author, is understated as you will find the relevance of this book greatly exceeds the ‘essentials’.  Yes, the author is one of our own VMware employees, but see for yourself that Peter Bjork always speaks to the reality of the customer environment and the satisfaction of well-implemented technology.  Leverage Peter’s dedication to the technology, wide spectrum of application experience, and commitment to help you extract the most value out of your investment in application virtualization.

Internet Explorer and Default Folder Isolations

Have you ever wondered why some folders such as Favorites are not automatically isolated?

Well, we’re here to answer this!

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ThinApp Isolation Modes explained

If you are new to ThinApp I would encourage you to start learning the concept of Isolation Modes. It is a must in order to fully master ThinApp.

I have produced a VMware KBTV broadcast that just got released. It will take 13 minutes of your life but worth every second of it.

http://blogs.vmware.com/kbtv/2011/04/understanding-isolation-modes-in-vmware-thinapp.html

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