Community contributed guidance for creating, updating, customizing and deploying Server App-V virtual applications
Application Recipe DisclaimerDerrick IsokaMicrosoft EmployeeMonday, July 02, 2012 2:04 PM
Content posted on this site is provided as-is. You bear the risk of using it. Microsoft gives no express or implied warranties or guarantees. Content contributed by the community has not been tested by Microsoft unless otherwise noted.
Guidelines to write an efficient recipeDerrick IsokaMicrosoft EmployeeMonday, July 02, 2012 2:13 PM
The Server Application Virtualization team has listed down some basic details which should be comprised while authoring a recipe for an application.
Please ensure to capture the following data while authoring a recipe for an application. The maximum limit is up to 60,000 characters with html markup.
*If you are not a Microsoft employee you must identify your name and company affiliation which will be published with the recipe.
Click on ‘Ask a question’ and select ‘Start a discussion’ to post a recipe
Title:<Ideas: Give a short description about the application name>
Body:<Include these fields in your recipe>
Company Name:<Who produces the software>
Server App-V Agent Version Tested On:<List the versions of the Server App-V, you have tested on>
Operating System Sequenced On:<Enter the operating system>
Pre-requisites:<List the pre-requisites for the sequencer machine: ex. Install IIS, .NET 3.0>
Server Operating Systems Successfully Deployed To:<List the operating systems the application was successfully deployed to>
Posted by Microsoft Employee:<Please provide your name>
*Posted by non-Microsoft Employee: <Please provide your name and company affiliation>
If Posted by Microsoft Employee, the Corresponding KB Article Reference: <Please insert the URL if known or available, or N/A if not posted by Microsoft Employee>
Steps to Sequence the Application:
Known Issues/Limitations:<Ex. Application dependencies, Server Operating Systems that this package will not work on with: Windows Server 2008 R2; Windows Server 2008, 32-bit; Windows Server 2008, 64-bit; Windows Server 2003 R2, 32-bit; Windows Server 2003 R2, 64-bit; Windows Server 2003, 32-bit; Other>
Approximate Sequencing Time:
Other (Optional fields)
Additional Notes/Links:<Reference to additional data, if any>
Custom scripts to assist in the process:<Reference to scripts, if any>
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Remember – This is a public forum so never post private information such as email or phone numbers!
If you have any questions, please contact the team at email@example.com.
Welcome to the Server App-V Sequencing ForumDerrick IsokaMicrosoft EmployeeMonday, July 02, 2012 2:02 PM
Most applications can be sequenced using the Server App-V Sequencer without requiring any special steps. However, there are some third-party and Microsoft applications that require special steps in order to be properly sequenced and work with Server App-V. Recently we have been receiving requests from our customers to have one common community forum for sharing information.
We’re listening and we are glad that you are talking! We are extremely pleased to announce the launch of this new community driven Recipe Forum. This forum is intended for Server App-V IT Pros within the Server App-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager community to share their best practice application recipes in an effort to grow everyone’s knowledge, expertise and save each other time by learning together.
You can now view prescriptive sequencing recipes for applications that have been provided by a few experienced packagers from the Server App-V community. The Community is only successful if all members are contributing. PLEASE CONTRIBUTE YOUR RECIPES TO THE COMMUNITY! We hope that even more Server App-V users will contribute and use the content on the forum to sequence more applications!If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rate RecipesDerrick IsokaMicrosoft EmployeeMonday, July 02, 2012 4:01 PM
As you are viewing and using the recipes provided by your community experts please make sure to mark the "VOTE AS HELPFUL" link on the upper left corner of the recipe. This will help us gauge that the recipe is useful beyond just viewing it.
Thank you for contributing!
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