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Application Virtualization Deployment and Upgrade Considerations

Updated: February 3, 2010

Applies To: Application Virtualization

Before you begin the deployment of Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), you might have to review your environment requirements that includes the hardware and software requirements for installing the various Application Virtualization components. Also, if you are upgrading from an earlier version, the topics in this section provide information about how to upgrade your current Sequencer, Server, and Client versions.

In This Section

Application Virtualization Deployment Requirements
Provides general information about system requirements and upgrade considerations for your Application Virtualization deployment.

Application Virtualization Deployment and Upgrade Checklists
Provides detailed lists of installation and upgrade tasks with links to the specific procedures.

How to Install the Servers and System Components
Describes how to install the Application Virtualization (App-V) platform components required for your server-based deployment.

How to Manually Install the Application Virtualization Client
Describes how to install the Application Virtualization Client software.

How to Install the Application Virtualization Sequencer
Describes how to install the Application Virtualization Sequencer.

How to Upgrade the Application Virtualization Client
Describes how to upgrade the Application Virtualization Desktop Client or the Application Virtualization Client for Remote Desktop Services (formerly Terminal Services).

How to Upgrade the Servers and System Components
Describes how to upgrade the software components installed on all Application Virtualization Management System computers.

How to Upgrade the Application Virtualization Sequencer
Describes how to upgrade the Sequencer on computers that are running Windows Vista or Windows XP.

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