The information in this readme pertains to Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization, the product that lets you convert applications that run on Microsoft* Windows* into self-contained virtual applications.
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It is possible that Safari* version 4.0.4 might fail after you have created the virtual application if not configured correctly. Please make sure that you follow these steps exactly when you build the application:
Select Option 2 in the configuration wizard.
Run the wizard and provide all required information, but do not build the application.
Modify the .xappl configuration file by setting the enhancedDEPCcompatibility attribute to “true.”
Build the application.
Close ZENworks Application Virtualization, then delete the Safari sandbox.
Run the virtualized Safari application.
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