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    Microsoft Application Virtualization Administrative Template (ADM Template)

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    The Microsoft Application Virtualization ADM template allows you to administer App-V client settings via Preferences.
    • Version:

      2.0

      File Name:

      AppVADMTemplate.msi

      Date Published:

      2/22/2010

      File Size:

      250 KB

        The Microsoft Application Virtualization ADM template configures client settings for the App-V Windows Desktop Client and for the Terminal Services client. The ADM template centrally manages common client configurations by using an existing Group Policy infrastructure and includes settings for communication, client interface, and permissions.

        Feature Bullet Summary:
        The ADM Template for App-V 4.5/4.6 provides central client settings administration for App-V 4.5/4.6 deployment, including the following:
        • Client permissions
        • Client interface behavior
        • Client communication settings
    • System Requirements
      Supported Operating System

      Windows 7, Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP

        • Other Software: Application Virtualization 4.5/4.6 Client for Windows Desktops or Remote Desktop Services.
      • Download the ADM Template msi.
        Download the App-V Client ADM template by clicking on the Download button.

        Install the ADM Template
        1. Run AppVADMTemplate.msi
        2. During setup, choose a location to install the ADM template.
        3. Click Finish to complete the process.

        Import the ADM template into a Group Policy Object
        1. Open Group Policy Object Editor.
        2. Right-click Administrative Templates, and then click Add/Remove Templates.
        3. Click Add, and specify the Application Virtualization Client (*.ADM) file location.

        Configure the Group Policy editor to display the settings
        Note This procedure is not required in Windows Server 2008 unless a filter has been applied to filter out preference settings.
        1. Select Administrative Templates.
        2. Select View on the Group Policy Object Editor menu bar, and click Filtering.
        3. Uncheck the Only show policies that can be fully managed box, and click OK.

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