Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization lets you convert applications that run on Microsoft Windows into self-contained virtual applications. After being virtualized, an application becomes a single, isolated file that runs instantly from anywhere, including a thumb drive or other removable media. Unlike traditional installation methods, the single virtual application file does not require a separate setup process, and does not rely on external components and runtimes, reboots, or administrative privileges. After virtualization, the application is isolated from other system applications, preventing DLL conflicts and other deployment nightmares, yet the experience for the application’s user is unchanged.
For instructions on virtualizing the GroupWise Windows client, see “Preparing GroupWise and GroupWise Notify for Virtualization” in the ZENworks Integration and Streaming Guide.
For instructions on virtualizing the Messenger Windows client, see “Preparing Novell Messenger for Virtualization” in the ZENworks Integration and Streaming Guide.