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App sense and app-v compatibility

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My office is using Citrix xen app and appsense at the moment.  And now we are considering App-V for some applications, but I have a concern generally about the compatibility between app sense and app-v. If any, what kind of risk should I consider to implement app-v in advance based on app sense infrastructure ?
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AppSense EM and App-V are totally compatible (as long as you are using a fairly recent version, I would recommend 8.4 and up)

AppSense Personalization Server now detects App-V applications without issue, and no special configuration is required to get them working.

AppSense EM has a really useful App-V wizard that can deliver (and even modify) App-V packages to the client. This saves time making minor modifications to packages.

All in all, you should have no concerns about the integration, provided you set up the AppSense infrastructure correctly.
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