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Virtualizing Blueprint Administrator

Question asked by Phil Margolies on Jul 9, 2014
Latest reply on Jul 18, 2014 by Phil Margolies

As part of migrating to a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment, we are virtualizing our applications using Microsoft's App-v. I was working on Blueprint Administrator. It runs with no problems on the virtualization PC when I install it. However, while I was able to create the virtualized application with no problems (following the steps for a standalone Administrator installation for version 5.1 SP 1.2), I get an error when I try to launch it on another machine as a test. See the attached screen shot for the error message. Basically,  it appears that the security keys are specific to the machine it is installed to (in this case the virtualization PC). I tried to capture the keys in the Microsoft Crypto store when I virtualize the application (since they are normally excluded), but still had no luck. Is is possible to virtualize the Administrator and if so, what steps do I need to take to do so?