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MDOP is a suite of technologies available as a subscription for Software Assurance customers.There also exists a licensing model that exists for hosting (cloud services) providers.Microsoft App-V is an additional component requiring licensing for use.Licensing is user-based and is either acquired by licensing Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) for use on client operating systems, or as part of the Microsoft Remote Desktop Server Client Access License for use on Remote Desktop Servers.
App-V thus allows centralized installation and management of deployed applications.
It removes the need for traditional local installation of the applications, although a standalone deployment method is also supported.
With a streaming-based implementation, the App-V client needs to be installed on the client machines and application data that is stored on the virtual application server is installed (streamed) to the client cache on demand when it is first used, or pre-installed in a local cache.
However, you will need to request the updated Installer that contains HF7, if you’re going to do a new installation.
Working in Switzerland as a Systems and Desktop Engineer, Simon Dettling’s focus lies on Client- and Application Management, using Products like System Center Configuration Manager, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and Application Virtualization (App-V).