App-V (Application Virtualization) is technology that lets Windows client applications run in an isolated environment on each user's computer or on servers, with application code provided on demand over the network (“streamed”) and cached. The technology consists of a client-side component that runs virtualized applications on devices, server-side components that allow administrators to publish and manage applications, and tools to allow IT professionals to convert Win32 applications into virtual packages for deployment.

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