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Tutorials on topic: Virtualization

 

In this section of SVSDOWNLOADS.DE you can easily learn how to use Application-Virtualization SWV with our Tutorials.

 

You May first read the Introduction on this topic to understand the detailed information in our tutorials (both, text and video) better. 

 

Furthermore, you will find some do-it-yourself-exercise on this topic with our mini-training.


Installation Instructions PDFCreator

Open the following link in your web browser:
http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/using-template-vitualize-application-printer-driver


Simple instructions for an application virtualization

(The example Notepad + +)

With the help of this simple guide should even a layman can understand how an application can be virtualized, each step is described in detail.

This brief guide describes how to update a layer of an existing SVS package using the Software Virtualization client.

 

 

Den Artikel "Layer update" lesen

 

To the application that you as SVS package from our website www.svsdownloads.de loaded, or has itself created, update, proceed as follows:

First, we import our existing, "old" SVS package (Opera 9.51) via the Software Virtualization Client.

SVS-Import

In order to apply the new update or patch we call the menu item "Update an existing layer" and select our "Opera 9.51" from package.

SVS-Import-2

The following step is to distinguish whether we are our update on an application that is an executable. Exe or. Msi file to import, or whether we run the update manually.
Only in the latter case we choose "Global Registration".

In our example, the update is an executable setup, specifically. An exe file. We opt for its "single program recording" and show on "Browse" to our Update.exe.

 

 Zwischenablage14

The next step starts the recording of the SVS clients. We perform the update setup according to your needs, or according to manufacturer specifications by.


SVS-Import-4

If the setup is finished, finished our SVS client the recording as usual.

Now we need to disable the newly created layer and only then can it as a new SVS package (in this case "Opera 9.60.vsa") Export to create a backup copy.

The layer itself Opera 9.51 can be renamed after Opera 9.60.

SVS-Import-5

 

As an example, consider the "Opera 9.51" package of www.svsdownloads.de, that we want to upgrade to version 9.60. The prerequisite for this is that none of the already imported packages (this should be the case) is enabled.

 

To the application that you as SVS package from our website www.svsdownloads.de loaded, or has itself created, update, proceed as follows:

First, we import our existing, "old" SVS package (Opera 9.51) via the Software Virtualization Client.

SVS-Import

In order to apply the new update or patch we call the menu item "Update an existing layer" and select our "Opera 9.51" from package.

SVS-Import-2

The following step is to distinguish whether we are our update on an application that is an executable. Exe or. Msi file to import, or whether we run the update manually.
Only in the latter case we choose "Global Registration".

In our example, the update is an executable setup, specifically. An exe file. We opt for its "single program recording" and show on "Browse" to our Update.exe.

 

 Zwischenablage14

The next step starts the recording of the SVS clients. We perform the update setup according to your needs, or according to manufacturer specifications by.

 

SVS-Import-4

If the setup is finished, finished our SVS client the recording as usual.

Now we need to disable the newly created layer and only then can it as a new SVS package (in this case "Opera 9.60.vsa") Export to create a backup copy.

The layer itself Opera 9.51 can be renamed after Opera 9.60.

SVS-Import-5

Schließen

 

 


Infos taken from www.symantec.com/connect

Below is a collection of interesting items from the Symantec Web site about SWV virtualization. All items are absolutely worth reading, though in English. Our aim is, in our view, important articles in the future within this web page in a German version available.