VMware App Volumes – Edit an AppStack

When editing an AppStack you can change the AppStack name, description and you’ll have the option to adjust the operating systems you want to run the AppStack on. Because my provisioning machine runs Windows Server 2012 R2 and my client run on Windows 10 I have to edit the AppStack in order to get it to work. Note: This will […]

VMware App Volumes – Assign an AppStack

Before we can test the AppStack, we need to assign it first. AppStacks can be assigned to all kind of active directory objects like Users, Groups, Computers and OU’s, and you have the possibility to attach the AppStack at next login or reboot or immediately. Because App Volumes provides just-in-time application delivery you can literally publish […]

VMware App Volumes – Unassign an AppStack

In the next chapter I would like to show you how to update an AppStack. Although it’s not required before updating, I’m going to unassign the attached AppStack from my client machine as a first step. When you unassign an AppStack, all applications with in the AppStack will no longer be available for the user. Just […]

VMware App Volumes – Update an AppStack

In the final chapter of my story about AppStacks I will explain all the steps needed to update an AppStack. If you have packaging experience you’ll know that with every application update, you are the person who has to create a new package and repeat the same tricks to get it to work. This doesn’t really change […]