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1 Application Delivery and User State Management

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5 What the Desktop Optimization Pack Provides 1 Deliver end-to-end solutions 2 3 Provide immediate ROI Lower Desktop TCO Regular updates Faster upgrade cycle, separate from Windows ® Minimal deployment effort Run out of the box Integrate with existing management solutions >95% of MDOP customers are (very) satisfied *1 *1, Microsoft MDOP customer study. Base: Current MDOP customer n=108, non-MDOP customer n=367

6 Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managed service Readily accessible applicationsReadily accessible applications Accelerate Windows deploymentAccelerate Windows deployment Accelerate application recoveryAccelerate application recovery Reduced application conflictsReduced application conflicts Minimize app-to-app compatibility testingMinimize app-to-app compatibility testing Leverage existing PC Management investmentsLeverage existing PC Management investments Streams applications to usersStreams applications to users Centralizes permissionsCentralizes permissions Never installs applicationsNever installs applications Isolates applicationsIsolates applications Provide real-time metering reportsProvide real-time metering reports Heidelberg “Microsoft Application Virtualization helps us dramatically reduce packaging time, optimize application delivery and management processes, and cut the total cost of ownership for our client environment. It paid for itself in just six months.” Axel Junghans Global Client Manager Heidelberg * Microsoft App-V Cost Reduction Study, Sept. 2009* Microsoft App-V Cost Reduction Study, Sept App-V 4.6 App-V SP1 App-V v.Next

7 Enable App-V to run on 64-bit Windows®-based desktops and servers Enable integration with Windows 7 Applocker TM, BitLocker®, and BranchCache TM Thirteen new languages in support of global businesses Broadening Windows Platform Coverage Extend virtual Microsoft® Office 2010 usage via improved SharePoint integration to open, save, and edit files Find items quickly with Microsoft Outlook Fast Search Connect to your inbox using the Outlook Send To functionality Point virtual desktops to shared cache for applications instead of streaming individually Reduces storage requirements on SAN by eliminating redundancy of application binaries Enable App-V to launch true 64-bit applications Improved Sequencer Experience with ability to sequence true 64-bit applications Faster virtual application availability using Microsoft SCCM 2007 R2 SP2

8 Office 2007 is virtualized but can not successfully interact with SharePoint. Office 2010 is virtualized and seamlessly integrates with SharePoint.

9 Copy explaining the situation and details of the architecture SAN Server Virtual Machines App-V Cache Desktop Client Virtual Desktop & Applications

10 What it does Creates a package of a single application Eliminates software install What it is good for Resolve conflicts between applications Simplify application delivery and testing What it does Creates a package with a full OS What it is good for Resolve incompatibility between applications and a new OS Run two environments on a single PC (e.g. corporate and personal) Hardware Data, User settings Applications OS

11 Dynamically streaming software as a centrally managed service Application Sequencing and Virtualization Flexible Infrastructure with Multiple Delivery Options Policy Based application management Application Virtualization Client Microsoft Application Virtualization Platform

12 Application Virtualization Made Easy No user learning curve. Click to launch any virtual application anywhere Simplify your next Windows rollout Easily prepare Virtual Applications and Dependencies for Deployment. Flexible Management Built-In Flexible deployment and streaming options for all business needs. Readily Accessible Applications for Users, Manageable for IT. Virtual Application Management in the box. Proven. Real Business Results. Mature and ProvenMature and Proven Save Time & Money. Deploy Applications Virtually Partners ready to move you from Proof of Concept to Production Application virtualization isolates applications to create a conflict free environment with manageability as the cornerstone to successful service delivery

13 Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer Rapidly packages applications through active watch technology including execution dependencies. The Sequencer produces the virtual application package containing the application and its dependencies. The admin has the option to stream the virtual application or create an MSI wrapper for Standalone Mode delivery Windows Application CD Windows Application Installer Unpackaging Linearization Optimization & Compression Virtualized Application MSI Standalone Streaming Server

14 Package, Deploy, Manage. Conflict free applications with manageability as the cornerstone to successful service delivery. Reduce application conflicts Reduce application compatibility testing Remove application related reboots Dynamic application streaming Always accessible applications

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16 App-V client reads on launch, runs app local or via TS. App-V Sequencer 3rd Party Solution Sequenced app and place on content share. App-V Management Server (content) App-V Management Console App-V Terminal Server Desktop PC IIS Server (optional) (HTTP) Content Server Virtual App is loaded into cache and icons and files are available to user. Virtual App is delivered to the client (RTSP/Http/MSI/ESD). Use 3 rd party interface for publishing to IIS 3 rd party ESD or Standalone Mode. 3rd party (ESD) Standalone Mode (MSI) Use App-V Mgmt Console to import package from content share, create application, and assign to AD Security Group. Package is available for streaming, 3 rd Party ESD, or standalone distribution. Use App-V Mgmt Console to import package from content share, create application, and assign to AD Security Group. Package is available for streaming, 3 rd Party ESD, or standalone distribution. Streaming Server (RTSP) IIS Server (optional) (HTTP) Standalone Mode (MSI) OR App-V Infrastructure – How It Works

17 Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients VECD Terminal server Desktop Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients VECD Terminal server Desktop Microsoft Application Virtualization Clients VECD Terminal server Desktop Standalone Microsoft Application Virtualization Client System Center Application Virtualization Streaming Server System Center Application Virtualization Management Server SMS/SCCM Distribution Point SMS/SCCM Management Console Microsoft Application Virtualization Management Console SMS/SCCM Database Microsoft Application Virtualization Database Active Directory Management Web Service Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer Streaming + manifest SMS/SCCM application delivery Virtualized application MSI-wrapped virtualized application Application delivery via MSI on CD Windows application

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20 Installation Phase Launch Phase Customization Phase Save Phase

21 StartStartMonitorMonitorInstallInstallProcessProcess Package Name for MSI Optional Advanced Options Package Name for MSI Optional Advanced Options Apply SDs to Package Root Intercept Shell, AppInfo, Service Controller Stop/Intercept Windows Update Upload Empty Environment Monitor File Operations Apply SDs to Package Root Intercept Shell, AppInfo, Service Controller Stop/Intercept Windows Update Upload Empty Environment Monitor File Operations Privatize SxS Assemblies Capture Registry Changes Capture Services Changes Capture File Changes Intercept Reboot Requests Privatize SxS Assemblies Capture Registry Changes Capture Services Changes Capture File Changes Intercept Reboot Requests Simulate Reboot Operations Download Captured State Privatize SxS Assemblies Create File List Create Virtual Registry Create Virtual FS Mappings Create Font and Service List Classify User and App State Set Opacity/Translucency Remove Excluded Data Make State Portable Simulate Reboot Operations Download Captured State Privatize SxS Assemblies Create File List Create Virtual Registry Create Virtual FS Mappings Create Font and Service List Classify User and App State Set Opacity/Translucency Remove Excluded Data Make State Portable

22 ConfigureConfigureLaunchLaunchProcessProcessSequence/SaveSequence/Save Add/Delete Applications Define Shortcuts Define File Type Associations Add/Delete Applications Define Shortcuts Define File Type Associations Monitor File Operations Monitor File I/O Stop Windows Update Upload Previous State Create Application Process Privatize SxS Assemblies Capture Registry Changes Capture Services Changes Capture File Changes Wait for Process Exit Monitor File Operations Monitor File I/O Stop Windows Update Upload Previous State Create Application Process Privatize SxS Assemblies Capture Registry Changes Capture Services Changes Capture File Changes Wait for Process Exit Simulate Reboot Operations Download Captured State Privatize SxS Assemblies Create File List Create Virtual Registry Create Virtual FS Mappings Create Font and Service List Classify User and App State Set Opacity/Translucency Remove Excluded Data Make State Portable Simulate Reboot Operations Download Captured State Privatize SxS Assemblies Create File List Create Virtual Registry Create Virtual FS Mappings Create Font and Service List Classify User and App State Set Opacity/Translucency Remove Excluded Data Make State Portable Create Package Metadata Save Security Descriptors Compute Feature Blocks Generate OSDs Generate SFT Generate MSI Create Package Metadata Save Security Descriptors Compute Feature Blocks Generate OSDs Generate SFT Generate MSI

23 Pre-Install Installation Package Virtual View VFS Mappings

24 Minimal Threshold Launch Feature Block One Feature Block Two

25 1 Copy App-V enabled app to content directory 2 Import application using MMC console 3 Configure application including setting file type associations and access permissions App-V Admin Console App-V Management Server

26 1 User logs in to AD 1 2 App-V client passes user token to HWS HWS builds XML file containing application publishing data 5 HWS queries DB for authorized applications HWS returns XML file to App-V client 5 6 App-V client downloads the OSD and ICO files to the desktop and creates shortcuts and file associations OSDs / ICOs xml

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30 Folder Redirection Offline Files Roaming User Profiles Application Virtualization RemoteApp Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Session Virtualization Enterprise Desktop Virtualization User Data, Profile, & Settings Applications Operating System Folder Redirection Offline Files Roaming User Profiles Introducing User State Virtualization A key Desktop Virtualization offering from Microsoft

31 Microsoft recommends companies new to desktop virtualization segment end users and evaluate User State Virtualization as one of their first steps. By synchronizing personal profiles, settings, and data in the datacenter, users can access their data and user settings from any authorized PC, at any time. How it works… A set of Windows-based technologies that enable customers to virtualize the data and user settings within their desktop infrastructure. What it is… Where it helps… Increases Business Agility and Continuity Delivers Anywhere Access Centralizes Data

32 Users can access their unique settings and data from any connected PC Users can access their data and folders from any connected PC Users can access files on their PC even with an unavailable or slow connection

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39 GPO processing Logon Scripts, etc. Profile Desktop Without profile streaming: Standard Windows profiles GPO processing Logon Scripts, etc. Desktop With profile streaming 1.HKCU and modified files loaded – rest of profile is not 2.If configured, large profile files pre-fetched in background during and after logon 3.Other profile files continue to pre-fetch or are loaded on-demand

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42 ©2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Azure, Hyper-V and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.


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