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APP V packaged Application delivery using SCCM to XenDesktop & XenAPP

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Hi.

I am looking for documentation including architecture to Package an application using App V & deliver the same using SCCM to Xen APP 6 & Xen Desktop.


Any help in this regards will be more than helpful.

i am looking for documentation including configuration steps, hardware required & architecture.

regards,
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You can start here:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/appvirtualization/default.aspx

I recently downloaded 350 pages of documents on App-V from this site.
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I am not able to find any documentation on APP V & Xen APP integration. If you can provide me with the hyperlink that would be great.
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