In my opinion, one of the most fascinating features in ConfigMgr 2012 is the introduction of much better support for virtual applications sequenced using the App-V Sequencer. This latest post in the ConfigMgr 101 series looks at how this feature works, how it is different from ConfigMgr 2007 and how we use it.
Welcome to ConfigMgr 101. This series will be focusing on ConfigMgr 2012, and helping you get the best out of the product using features you may have not looked at in ConfigMgr 2007 or features which are new in ConfigMgr 2012. Our first post looks at the maintenance windows concept, how to use them, what they are and why you should use them.
Since the release of ConfigMgr 2012 the new application model allows us to be more user-centric and define administrative intent for a deployment. As with all product the terminology has changed from the previous version, this post will help deliver an understanding of the package and application terminology in ConfigMgr 2012 and how we use them.