Immidio releases new version of their User State Virtualization solution

Today Immidio releases Flex Profiles 7.5, a User State Virtualization solution. Where App-V is all about decoupling and segmenting the application from the underlying OS, Flex Profiles provides these capabilities for the Windows User Profile. So these two solutions fit pretty well together.

The main new features of version 7.5 are:

DirectFlex: Which can manage any application’s settings on the fly, regardless how the application is launched. For any DirectFlex-enabled application, settings are read at application launch and stored at exit, making logon and logoff times even shorter.

Predefined Settings: Easily pre-populate the user environment, like placing a desktop shortcut, creating an application configuration file or setting a registry value. For more advanced scenarios it is possible to use placeholders to insert dynamic information from user and computer variables.

Advanced process criteria: This feature allows more granular control over which Flex configuration files are processed and how they are processed, based on diverse user and computer attributes. Depending on the result of the check, you can control what Flex Profiles action is performed.

As always you can download a trial version from the Immidio website:

European App-V User Group

Come meet myself (Rodney Medina), Ment van der Plas and 6 other App-V MVP’s at the European App-V User Group, held on the 18th of november in The Netherlands. The event is FREE and will provide you with a lot of valuable information concerning App-V. This event is the ideal opportunity to learn, share knowledge with other App-V enthusiasts, and ask any question to the App-V MVP’s.

Goto for agenda details and registration.

Hope to meet you there,

Rodney & Ment