Roaming Profiles - What works on the latest Windows Update?

Posted by Brandon Lee on Sep 27, 2016 12:49:49 PM

Concern around the latest Windows 10 Anniversary update 1607, has brought about numerous questions that James Rankin, the AppSense Bigot, seeks to answer in his blog series, "Everything you wanted to know about virtualizing, optimizing and managing Windows 10...but were afraid to ask."

In his recent edition, which focuses primarily on roaming, James states, "For the record, most Windows 10 settings roam fine, but the main one that we've all been struggling with is the Start Menu. And this is really annoying, because the Start Menu is the first thing that the user generally interacts with when they use a Windows 10 desktop, and possibly the most "in your face" part of the new OS features."

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Topics: roaming profiles, The AppSense Bigot, User Profiles, Windows 10

The AppSense Bigot is "mighty impressed" by FSLogix Apps 2.0 on XenApp

Posted by Brad Rowland on Jul 15, 2015 11:20:38 AM

We've received a lot of very positive press about our latest 2.0 release, and much of it from very technical bloggers like James Rankin, a.k.a, 'The AppSense Bigot."  The negative comments have been around our UI, and I just want to confirm that the message has been received.  The upside is that you really don't need to use the UI that much, so keep that in mind while we make it better.  ;-)

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Topics: XenApp, Application Virtualization, application entitlement, The AppSense Bigot

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