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What's the difference between App-V and Remote Published Apps?

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What's the difference between App-V and Remote Published Apps?

I bought Citrix XenApp thinking all I would need is Windows Server 2012 RDP/remote published apps and publish it on citrix as well but i'm seeing App-V stuff on citrix.

Anyone familiar with how to configure RDP, Published Apps, and Citrix XenApp? - I'm old school Terminal Services and Metaframe nFuse... so much more bells and whistles now.... it's so dam confusing.

Any input would be much appreciated.
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Remote published apps run on the server and the GUI is presented on the client.

App-V apps are packaged applications that are self-contained, sent to the client, and run ON that client. So where the processes run, what memory they use, CPU, network, etc...the two are very different and address different needs.
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