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Microsoft Application Virtualization Advanced Guide by Augusto Alvarez

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Implementing Network Load Balancing in App-V

There are five different tasks that we need to perform in order to complete the implementation:

  1. Prepare accounts for delegation in Active Directory.
  2. Create a Network Load Balancing cluster.
  3. Add Service Principal Names.
  4. Install/configure App-V Management Server services in NLB.
  5. Configure App-V Clients.

We are going to review a basic example of configuring the App-V services in Network Load Balancing with the following scenarios:

  • Active Directory working (necessary for the App-V Management Server scenario)
  • Two Windows Server 2008 R2 servers with IIS role installed with all prerequisites for the App-V Management Server
  • One Windows Server 2008 R2 server hosting the App-V data store

Preparing accounts for delegation ...

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