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Enforcing Application Entitlement with FSLogix Apps

Click to read the official support statement from FSLogix CEO Kevin Goodman

FSLogix Apps facilitates both device-based and user-based licensing access and control

Microsoft PinpointAt the heart of enterprise computing and user productivity is on-demand access to mission critical business applications.  As applications are being deployed beyond local desktops, to new technologies like Virtual desktops, and Cloud Based desktops, IT administrators need a solution to provision applications across all their critical infrastructure while ensuring business and licensing compliance.  Traditional PC-based products developed for provisioning applications in conventional, internal enterprise, client-server models introduce tremendous overhead to VDI and cloud computing.  Administrators need purpose built tools, designed with current modern technology, in order to reduce operational complexity, ensure uptime and compliance, and maximize ROI.

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Java Redirection FAQ

Managing Multiple Java Versions with FSLogix Apps

Java Redirection Module of FSLogix Apps

How does Java Redirection Work?

FSLogix Apps uses advanced filtering and a patent pending type of virtualization called image masking to enable Java redirection and our other core functionality.  This process is transparent to the client operating system and integrates seamlessly with all Windows based infrastructure.

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Profile Containers FAQ

How Profile Containers Eliminate the Need for Legacy Profile Management in Virtual Desktops

What is a Windows User Profile

A Windows User Profile is a collection of settings that make the computer ‘personalized’ for the end user.  Each user account has at least one profile associated with it.  A User Profile includes files and folders that are seen in Windows Explorer as ‘your’ folders. These include Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, etc.  In older Windows versions they have been labeled as ‘My Documents’, ‘My Pictures’, etc.  While these used to be located in the \Documents and Settings folders, recent versions of Windows now have them under the \Users folder. User Profiles also include registry information, which is stored in a file in the users profile folders, and loaded into the registry as HKEY_CURRENT_USER when the user logs on.

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Optimizing Office 365 and hosted Exchange Performance for Virtual Desktops

Poor email client performance is one of several serious problems that has prevented enterprises from fully adopting non-persistent virtual desktop models. Performance issues in email include long lag times and hanging while downloading and opening emails, time-outs when opening calendar items, and extremely slow response while inbox searching.  For administrators, the various workarounds to this problem can result in dramatically increased server utilization, increased cost, and ongoing poor and inconsistent performance for end users.

This FAQ addresses the use of Profile Containers to enable Cached Exchange Mode in non-persistent (pooled) VDI, RDSH and XenApp.  In general, this approach covers both internally managed Exchange, as well as externally hosted Exchange through 3rd party providers and through Microsoft, via Office 365 subscriptions of hosted Exchange for Business.

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