In some business environments the end users are particularly touchy about anything on the desktop changing, and when something does it results in helpdesk calls. One of the changes that users often notice when you install the App-V client is the appearance of the Q: drive. This is a virtual drive that is used to mount application packages. They can see the drive but get an access denied when they try to browse to it. So I sometimes get the question – can we hide it?
You’ve used regedit thousands of times and you know it inside and out, right? Wanna bet? I’ve got ten advanced tips that you probably didn’t know. And if you’re like most of the engineers I’ve taught your reaction to the first one will be audible.