In this quick walkthrough we're going to demo how VMware App Volumes can package and deliver applications through their entire lifecycle.
- Open Testdrive Workspace ONE and log in with your Test Drive credentials
- Launch the Desktop pool called TD-WINDOWS10
- Launch the shortcut on the desktop called "App Volumes Manager"
- Navigate to the Applications tab
- View the Microsoft Office Application options
- Navigate to the Packages tab
- View Microsoft Office 2016 Package options
- Close App Volumes Manager.
- Navigate Start menu
- Launch Microsoft PowerPoint
- Close PowerPoint.
- Log out of the TD-WINDOWS10 Desktop
In order to perform the full end-to-end demo make sure you have the following:
Let's get started, open up your favorite web browser and get sign into Workspace ONE.
Click the "Launcher" Tab and Launch "TD-WINDOWS10"
From the Windows Desktop, launch the shortcut called "App Volumes Manager"
Log in with your Testdrive credentials (Note: You will have read-only access to the Appvolumes Manager Console)
Choose the "Inventory" button and navigate to the Applications Tab
Expand the Office 2016 Application
This is where you control Assignments and create Packages.
Navigate to the Packages tab.
Expand the Microsoft Office 2016 Package. Note the controls and options. Click "Programs"
Note the complete list of Programs.
Close the Programs list and click "Edit" Note the "Stage" section and the options for staging applications through their lifecycle.
Log out of App Volumes Manager and close.
Click the Start Button
Notice the installed Applications delivered by App Volumes.
Click on Powerpoint.
Click the "Ask me later" button, and click "Accept"
Once the Application comes up, you can close at any time
Log out of the TD-WINDOWS10 Desktop
This completes the VMware App Volumes Applications and Packages Demo.
- Opened Testdrive Workspace ONE and log in with your Test Drive credentials
- Launched the Desktop pool called TD-WINDOWS10
- Launched the shortcut on the desktop called "App Volumes Manager"
- Navigated to the Applications tab
- Viewed the Microsoft Office Application options
- Navigated to the Packages tab
- Viewed Microsoft Office 2016 Package options
- Closed App Volumes Manager.
- Navigated Start menu
- Launched Microsoft PowerPoint
- Closed PowerPoint.
- Logged out of the TD-WINDOWS10 Desktop