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Review of Ardence OS Streaming 4

Wilco van Bragt's Web site has a great post and review about the Ardence streaming process.


Ardence exists of two components. The first component is the Ardence Stream Server. This server stores the virtual disk for the virtualized operating system(s), the software to stream the operating system and the configuration of the clients. The second part is the client. The client will be used to create the virtualized operating system and organizes the stream of the operating system on the client side.

First the server part needs to be installed. The installation exist of one single executable. After unpacking the installation a Window will be displayed where you can choose to install the server or the client. When selecting the server part the standard questions like the license agreement and the installation destination will be presented to you.

During the installation you could choose which component you want to install. All components (except documentation of course) are needed for Ardence to function, but you could use another software product if you already have that in-house.

Read the rest of the post, here to find out more.

Published Saturday, February 10, 2007 10:06 PM by David Marshall
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