In our AdminStudio Application Packaging Experts Roundtable Series, our TechOps team answers your most pressing questions for all things Application Packaging. This series of virtual roundtables will feature various packaging experts ready to help you conquer your toughest application challenges.
Topics may include, but are not limited to:
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Do you have a general or a specific question around Application Packaging? If so, our panel will be on hand to answer. If you have questions about AdminStudio, this team is obviously equipped to deliver, but the topic doesn’t need to be product related.
Come join our team of experts for a conversation that will last up to one hour based on the topics you bring to the table.
Author, founder of IT Ninja, 20+ Years in the Application Packaging Industry
8+ years of experience in Application Packaging and AdminStudio
12+ years of Application Packaging with AdminStudio knowledge
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In this session, the team discuss many common problems faced by organizations and the solutions that have, and have not, worked in addressing them. Topics include managing updates, staying secure, setting your team up for success, doing more with less, and more.
In this session, our speakers discuss common questions from customers around the topic of packaging including, what is the best way to prepare/customize a package for deployment, what is the best way to test a package before deployment, is it the right time to start migration to MSIX, is automation possible for packaging, and is repackaging on decline.
In this session the team discusses the concept of managed and unmanaged applications; how to assess coverage and the need to get applications under management or remove them. Also included are tips on handling the silent removal of applications not to be managed.
For those co-managing or migrating between ConfigMan and Intune, it is valuable to understand application models of each. In this session, we’ll discuss the various metadata that can be associated with applications in these management systems and how such can impact the behavior of your deployments.
The team discusses items you may wish to watch out for and/or address when preparing packages for deployment. AdminStudio’s approach is used as a backdrop to the conversation, but the details regarding the issues themselves are universally applicable.
In this session, we are joined by the team behind the PowerShell App Deploy Toolkit (PSADT) to discuss its capabilities, origin, and plans for the future.
Tim Mangan (Author, Teacher, Consultant) joins the roundtable to discuss MSIX. We discuss plans and predictions as well as some new announcements.
Sumit Singh (MEM specialist) joins the roundtable to discuss Microsoft Configuration Manager and Intune, focusing on the differences and benefits associated with the package and application models for handling software deployments in ConfigMan.
In this session, we discuss package testing—what, when, where, and how. Generally speaking and then in the second half, focusing on the role AdminStudio can play in testing.
A discussion on automation begins with why you may wish to automate packaging operations and why you might not want to take advantage of automation in different situations.
By popular demand, we delivered another session focusing on the new MSIX packaging format. Starting with a quick overview of the benefits, we dive into the contents of an MSIX package and the XML manifest.
Wrapping versus repackaging. Audio only.
We talk about Windows 10 and how releases had shifted to 6-month releases, feature updates, and quality updates. We also cover proactive versus reactive application compatibility testing. Questions addressed include topics like MSIX and Repackaging. Audio only.
A discussion on the state of MSIX, including AppAttach and Windows 10X (which would later be rebranded Windows 11). Audio only.