App-v; separating apps out and creating a transportable app deployment across devices (servers/desktops/laptops) is of greater benefit than 2008r2; and I can migrate to that when appv goes 64bit
Sent from my iPhoneOn 19 Aug 2009, at 17:09, "Wilson, Christopher" <CMWilson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Windows 2008 R2 is 64-bit only. App-V is 32-bit only (presently). If you had to pick one which would it be – 64-bit arch or app virtua lization? (and why?)64bit means more memory and more users per server, but possibly some compatibility issuesApp-V means less app conflicts and hence less silos, but 32 bit only.I’m planning for a Citrix farm upgrade and curious about your though ts.