Why Package Applications
Packaging delivers

  • Easy Software updates
  • Reduce Helpdesk support
  • Maintain software consistency
  • Reduce software failure
 


Engagement
We can package

  • Fixed Price (Offsite)
  • Time and Material
  • Onsite with your staff
  • BAU or Project based
 

 
Deployment
Deploy packages to

  • Windows desktops
  • Windows Laptops
  • Citrix Servers
  • Remote machines

With Windows 10, version 1607, the App-V client is installed automatically. However, you'll still need to enable the client yourself to allow user devices to access and run virtual applications.

You can set up the client with the Group Policy editor or with Windows PowerShell.

Here's how to enable the App-V client with Group Policy:

  1. Open the device’s Group Policy Editor in the MMC.
  2. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > App-V.
  3. Run Enables App-V Client, then select Enabled.
  4. Restart the device.


Here's how to enable the App-V client with Windows PowerShell:

  1. Open Windows PowerShell.
  2. Enter Enable-Appv, then select the Enter key.
  3. Restart the device.
  4. To verify that the App-V client is working, enter Get-AppvStatus, press Enter key.

 

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