Note: This is not the current version of Symantec Endpoint Virtualization.
Workspace Streaming build number: 188.8.131.524
Workspace Virtualization build number: 6.2.1562
Wise Virtual Composer build number: 184.108.40.2064
This document contains release information and known issues for this release of Symantec Endpoint Virtualization Suite. The Endpoint Virtualization Suite contains the following:
The following are new features in this release:
Support for Windows 7 32-bit editions – This release provides support for the latest Microsoft desktop operating system. Stream virtualized applications instead of reinstalling as you roll out Windows 7.
Wise Virtual Composer – Wise Virtual Composer is a new packaging interface designed to streamline the package creation process. Wise Virtual Composer builds on Wise installer technology to provide an integrated streaming and virtualization packaging experience. Wise Virtual Composer adds support for packaging templates to simplify rebuilding packages, and includes templates for common applications.
New XPF package format – XPF is a new package format that is optimized to both stream and virtualize applications. VSA support remains unchanged in this release so you can continue to use your existing package library until you are ready to make the change. Wise Virtual Composer provides full support for XPF and includes a command-line interface to simplify package conversion from VSA.
Virtualization Support for Internet Explorer – with this release Symantec supports Internet Explorer layers created from either 1) Symantec Services or 2) use of the Internet Explorer creation tool found on Symantec Connect. Run multiple versions of Internet Explorer side-by-side on Windows XP or run Internet Explorer 8 in a layer on Windows 7. http://www.symantec.com/connect/downloads/internet-explorer-8-windows-xp-layer-definition-file
Streaming Server Whitelisting – Whitelisting provides increased security by strictly controlling the Streaming Servers to which an endpoint connects. Leverage your existing Internet Explorer Web content zones or use wildcards to simplify configuration.
Kerberos support for LDAP – Kerberos support provides a simplified authentication mechanism over SSL certificates when connecting to LDAP servers that require LDAP signing.
Dynamic License Management – Reclaim unused Workspace Streaming licenses as hardware is retired. You can filter endpoints based on the last connection date, and reclaim licenses as necessary.
Endpoint operating systems
32-bit editions of the following operating systems:
Streaming Server operating systems
Wise Virtual Composer
|System Processor||Same as recommended by the operating system and installed applications.|
|System Memory||Same as recommended by the operating system and installed applications.|
|Free Disk Space||50 MB of free disk space plus additional space as required by installed applications.|
|System Processor||Minimum 1GHz of processor capability|
|System Memory||2 GB memory minimum|
|Free Disk Space||2 GB of free disk space, plus three times space required by the applications to be uploaded on to the server|
Wise Virtual Composer
|System Processor||Same as recommended by the operating system.|
|System Memory||1 GB memory minimum, additional as recommended by the applications you want to package.|
|Free Disk Space||30 MB of free disk space, plus three times size of the package.|
|Wise Virtual Composer||http://seer.entsupport.symantec.com/docs/vascont/556.html|
Localized versions of the Workspace Virtualization help file are attached to kb#53546. A Japanese language version of the Workspace Streaming Admin Guide is attached to kb# 53547.
Streaming Installation instructions are included in the User’s and Administrator’s guides.
The following are unresolved issues in this release. For additional information regarding an issue, click the Article ID link.
|Wise Virtual Composer||53153|
|Added download locations for localized documentation.||06/27/2010|
Symantec Workspace Streaming SDK is made up of several web services that are accessed using simple object access protocol (SOAP). The interface is exposed through a web services description language (WSDL) document. The WSDL document provides details on the published methods and objects. Most programming languages provide support for SOAP web services, including C#, Visual Basic, C++, Java, Python, and others. Most languages provide the ability to automatically generate proxy classes using the WSDL document.
This Symantec product may contain third party software for which Symantec is required to provide attribution (“Third Party Programs”). Some of the Third Party Programs are available under open source or free software licenses. The License Agreement accompanying the Software does not alter any rights or obligations you may have under those open source or free software licenses. This section contains proprietary notices for the Third Party Programs and the licenses for the Third Party Programs, where applicable.
jTDS JDBC Driver for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase Copyright (C) 2004 The jTDS Project
jTDS may be downloaded at the following url: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33291
jTDS is Free Software. jTDS is made available under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License.
XDelta Copyright (c) 2001, 2003-2008 Joshua P. MacDonald The XDelta program has been provided to Symantec under a negotiated license agreement. However, XDelta 3.x may also be obtained separately under the GPL or General Public License from Joshua P. Macdonald.
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