When a user logs on and launches Microsoft Outlook, some profile information is lost. The most obvious side effect for us was the user losing their Outlook Signature.
Microsoft Office 2010 can be personalised with AppSense Environment Manager. AppSense have a “Best Practice” guide which is available from www.myappsense.com. The guys did a good job with it and we used it as a baseline. Most of the information here is reflected in the guide but, and please don’t drag […]
Adobe Reader can be personalized using AppSense Environment Manager. Here are some simple steps to create a new User Application for Adobe Reader in the Environment Manager Console and a tip to keep your SQL admins happy. By default acrord32.exe is in the default blacklist for monitored applications (thanks Bryan @techbury […]
So I have quickly learned that I can satisfy a lot of my “membership” conditional triggers by referencing a registry key rather than looking up the Active Directory. This is especially useful on “Computer-Start-up” triggers. In my experience, when the computer boots, the network is not always ready by the […]
Hands up, fair cop. In a recent blog post on scripting Internet Explorer Favorites I forgot to mention using script exit codes when I dealt with the custom actions. Any custom script you include in your configuration is always interpreted as completing successfully by the agent on exit unless you specify otherwise in your […]
Well this is certainly something we wanted to do in our environment. Based on different group memberships and user requirements for different web apps we wanted to post links into the users favorites folders in Internet Explorer. Historically, users managed their own app shortcuts in the Favorites folder but this […]
Adobe have a nice – longstanding problem with their preview handler in the 64bit version of their reader. We installed Foxit Reader into our Gold Windows 7 64bit image which replaced the already installed Adobe preview handler. This worked a treat, our customers could now preview PDF documents in Explorer […]
Warning: This post may ruffle some feathers! I will start out by saying that AppSense have a great product called “Application Manager”. It is designed to take on User Rights Management, Application Control and Software Compliance Monitoring, more info can be found at http://www.appsense.com/products/desktop/desktopnow/application-manager/ That being said, there may be a scenario when you […]