Implementing Microsoft Application Virtualization 5.0: Lessons Learned from a Production Rollout

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    Patrick​Dunlap

    Can you run App-V apps on Windows RT devices?  Is there a roadmap to be able to do this in the future?  Can you run apps that are compiled for ARMs via App-V?  If any of these questions are yes (or maybe) is there a session or break out that I can learn more about?  Thank you.

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    theJason

    Just finished a POC on App-V. Having real-life experience/lessons learned will keep many IT shops from reinventing the square wheel. Having a pro-con discussion will keep our enterprise from many rookie mistakes.

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    mwsmith

    It's been a while since I've looked at this with competing priorities.  I would be nice if App-V has advanced enough to replace our current solution.

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    aaronparker

    @PatrickDunlap: No, AppV isn't a compatibility or cross-platform solution. If the target application doesn't run on a specific version of Windows, then it's unlikely that AppV will change that.

    Given that standard desktop apps don't run Windows RT, then there won't be a roadmap to run AppV under Windows RT either.

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