When working on a mobile device, like a laptop, or when disconnecting from a VDI workstation only to continue working on it elsewhere, you might see that Scense will not automatically adjust the workspace to match the new location.
Windows Server 2012 R2 is not officially supported by Scense 8.2, at least that’s what the Scense Setup tells us. What if we want to install on it anyway?
The Scense Explorer offers pretty good tools for troubleshooting, like e.g. the executive log. Generally it will take less than a minute to find out what went wrong in almost all runtime scenarios. There are, however, situations in which these tools are not sufficient.
Today Scense 8.2 was released with ‘App-V 5.0 integration’ as main feature.
Scense 8.2 (which is released to partners today) fully enables the custom criteria for administrators. To celebrate this we have added a new section on our downloads page for custom criteria and we’ve already added some content.
Today Scense 8.1 was released. This service release resumes support for Oracle and brings lots of improvements administrators will appreciate in everyday use. Please read the official release notes.
There are several reason why it might be interesting to use more than one Scense server to service your users. For larger sites it might be necessary to cope with the workload, for smaller sites it might just be to offer high availability.
Have you ever looked at the InstallScripts folder and asked yourself if everything in there is actually still in use by the Scense system? The ‘ScenseGuru InstallScripts Explorer’ will help you out.