As a follow up on my previous post I will put another short version of a new "guide" that I created for Windowsnoob. This time it is about the settings that are needed to make a Virtual Application stream from a Distribution Point. A prerequisite for being able to make these settings is that ConfigMgr 2007 SP1 R2 is installed. Keep in mind that even when you are streaming a Virtual Application with ConfigMgr you will still need the App-V Client to run the applications.
- Open the Configuration Manager Console and browse to System Center Configuration Manager > Site Database > Computer Management > Software Distribution > Advertisements
- Select an Advertisement of a Virtual Application and click in the Actions panel on Properties.
- Select the Distribution tab (see picture). This is where to select whether or not this Virtual Application should be streamed from the Distribution Point.
Keep in mind that when you select this it will work for all the clients that get the Advertisement. So before you do this you should really think about the load it creates and the mobility of your users.
See for an extended version with screenshots: http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=1131
See for creating a Virtual Application Package in ConfigMgr: http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=1129