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VDI - Support fast channel even when non fast channel DT’s exist in the App-V application

This article (http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2015/08/20/faster-virtual-app-publishing-at-first-logon-for-np-vdi-environment-in-configmgr-sp2-and-r2sp1.aspx) makes it clear that if I want to download and execute an app to a laptop, but also stream to a VDI, that to get fast channel to work, I need 2 apps instead of one app with 2 DTs. That doubles our work and doubles our chance of making mistakes.

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  • Joris Hosselaer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    We are more then one year later, the timings for an App-v publishing server are still almost 3 times faster than a configmgr backend for this issue. These timings are not acceptable for our customers, so we have to maintain 2 backends, sccm for persistent systems and app-v backend for non-persistent systems. Just for this issue. Is there any improvement in sccm foreseen in the coming releases, because the maintain costs are very high for these 2 backends. It would be nice to have only one sccm backend to manage all devices! Thanks for your feedback!

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