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Citrix, Terminal Services, and Desktop Virtualization User / Profile Management Podcast with Simon Townsend from AppSense – November 11, 2008 – Episode 64

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Citrix, Terminal Services, and Desktop Virtualization User / Profile Management Podcast with Simon Townsend from AppSense – November 11, 2008 – Episode 64
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In episode 64, Douglas Brown interviews Simon Townsend from AppSense. In this podcast Doug and Simon discuss the release of the AppSense Management Suite Version 8.0 for Citrix, Microsoft Terminal Services, Desktop Virtualization, and traditional physical workstation environments. You will also learn how the AppSense Suite can tie all your end-users desktop and applications together in to one consistent user experience for both the end-user and the administrator who manages it.

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