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    Re: Desktop Optimization Pack

    Look at the screen shot i've attached, i've put red next to it in the list.
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    Re: Desktop Optimization Pack

    Are you getting this from your Technet Plus ?
    I have looked again and cannot find it, plus your screen shot is different to what I look at when choosing downloads !!

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    Re: Desktop Optimization Pack

    I'm getting it from licensing.microsoft.com

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    Hello,

    just looking into this at the momment. could I used the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack like this:-

    a non-domain laptop that wants to use a app stored on the network, the laptop is connect through wireless and has one of our ip address if so how is there a client you install on the laptop?

    cheers

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    We've got Enterprise CALs and Software Assurance, plus it comes up in my downloads list so going to give it a try on my new test network next year (3 Quad Core machines running Server 2008 \ Hyper-V)

    The ERD commander is a great tool and Softgrid (OK App-V as they want us to call it now) looks a very handy technology

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