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Pros
  • + Integration with App Volumes and Horizon. Next to App-V, it's the most widely used product.
  • + Integrated nicely with Citrix XenApp 6.5. Had a great file, registry and directory redirection feature.
  • + Possibly the most widely used of all appvirt products, thus it has a relatively large online community and a pool of skilled talent for employers.
  • + Has integration with many 3rd party products including XenApp, SCCM, Admin Studio etc.
Cons
  • - Though packaging is pretty streamlined and relatively simple with a series of text files, making updates to large applications requires recompiling the .exe which can take a long time. Development was pretty slow and this was the last product to support 64-bit applications. Newer versions of Office or new Windows Operating System have limited functionality.
  • - Has been EOL for so long. Missing basic features like Windows10 support.
  • - Out of mainstream support. Does not work or integrate well with newer platforms and Operating Systems.
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General
60%
86%
58%
Support Status
Product is supported (Not End Of Life )
Has been EOL for some time. Citrix provide native App-V integration
Supported but out of mainstream
Under active development
Maturity
Proven technology
Public enterprise references in Europe
Public enterprise references in US
Official training classes available
Official Certification program: VUE/Prometric
Public showcase of 25+ applications
Public showcase of 50+ applications
Large community resource
Solution licensing
Concurrent licensing
Device licensing
Unlimited licensing
Per named user licensing
Free for personal use
Services Provider License Agreement
Virtualization Characteristics
60%
86%
58%
Isolation
Full virtualization/isolation of apps
Full integration of apps in Operating System
No, three isolation modes available but none to run completely without isolation