Onward and Upward - Potential Energy and GA Release of FSLogix Apps 2.6

Posted by Brandon Lee on Sep 21, 2016 2:09:42 PM

Atlanta, GA – September 2016 

Have you ever worked at a job that genuinely gets more thrilling with each passing day? They are few and far between but then there are times when you know you're nearing that edge of the event horizon, and you begin to experience that slow coursing feeling of anticipation, much like the climb to the top of a rollercoaster. As we continue our ascent at FSLogix, we strive to maintain an accord with our core principles and culture, by providing unique, yet simple solutions that will define the digital workspaces of tomorrow.

That sums up how it feels to be at FSLogix right now and today is no different. I get to share a peek (pun intended) with you, the reader, inside our latest GA release of FSLogix Apps 2.6. But what makes this release highlight reel worthy? Well, along with our Office 365 Container, released in FSLogix Apps 2.5, which saw the industries first drop-in solution for Office 365 that enabled critical functionality on virtual desktops, we’ve added some really cool stuff to our ever-growing, yet focused, feature set. 

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Topics: profile containers, User Profiles, Office 365, FSLogix Office 365 Container, java version control

Profile Container and Office 365 Container - Quick Start Guides

Posted by Brandon Lee on Sep 7, 2016 10:04:33 AM

How simple is it to configure and test FSLogix Profile Containers and Office 365 Containers? Answer: About the same amount of time it would take you to read this brief little blurb on our Quick Start Guides. Here are the links to all of our Quick Start Guides:

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Topics: profile containers, Office 365 Containers, java version control, Application Masking

Java Version Control Quick Start Guide

Posted by Brandon Lee on Aug 31, 2016 11:47:42 AM

Java versioning, or version control, has long been the bane for many an IT Manager. By default, java will apply the latest installed version to a particular application or website. This can cause some obvious headaches due to the nature of how many of these third-party applications were designed, and what versions of java they find compatible. In multi-user environments, it can be even more complex and costly to try to manage the assortment of java versions that may be required.

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Topics: java, java redirection, java version control

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