New Best Practices Tutorial for Delivering MS Project with VMware App Volumes 2.x

January 22, 2020

A new operational tutorial just came out that is chock-full of best practices and troubleshooting tips for anyone deploying App Volumes 2.x: Delivering MS Project with VMware App Volumes 2.x Operational Tutorial. When you use VMware App Volumes to deliver applications and data to your end users, you work smarter, not harder.

If you are an IT administrator deploying App Volumes 2.x to deliver applications such as Microsoft Project or Visio 2016 to your end users, check out this tutorial. When applications like these interact with Microsoft Office, they often require specific considerations during AppStack provisioning. This tutorial describes the specific considerations, and arms you with a set of best practices to create a seamless experience for your end-users.

The tutorial includes the requirements needed when you create an AppStack for Microsoft Project or Microsoft Visio 2016; how to capture these applications; and how to test the resulting AppStacks. There's also a section on troubleshooting tips that explain how to handle error messages while provisioning an AppStack or when launching Microsoft Project, and more.
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Cindy is a Technical Writer Manager in VMware’s End-User Computing Technical Marketing department with over 20 years of experience communicating software concepts online. Cindy has been producing and collaborating on guides, blog posts, and other content about VMware Horizon Cloud, VMware Workspace ONE, VMware App Volumes, and more, since 2013.