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Figure 9-27. Local Computer: Computer Configuration and User Configuration policies
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The Computer Configuration options mostly have to do with rights management. Here you can define which users or groups are capable of performing certain types of tasks and policies that span multiple users.
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The User Configuration options are far more granular. Here you can configure various components of Windows, control applications (such as some of the above Windows Update settings) and customize user environments (including settings pertaining to the Desktop, My Documents, Start Menu and the Taskbar, such as whether or not the user has an option to open a Run dialog).
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Other Virtualization Solutions
Up to this point we have focused on VMware and Parallels. The primary reason is that most enterprises are going to want to pay for support and are not typically considering free and open source software. However, there are two stand-out applications that can be used in place of VMware and Parallels that can help to keep TCO numbers in check. The first is VirtualBox, by Sun Microsystems. VirtualBox, like VMware, is cross platform. It can run on practically any operating system and virtual machines can be traded between hosts. VirtualBox comes in a package and can therefore be mass deployed with little fanfare. VirtualBox does not come with some of the slick additional features that VMware or Parallels has, but it is capable of running most operating systems as guests and is a solution that can be deployed inexpensively. For more on VirtualBox, see: http://www.virtualbox.org. Another free solution is Q, which can be obtained from http://www.kju-app.org. Q comes in an .app bundle and can be copied to client computers as a payload of a package. Bother Q and VirtualBox can have virtual machines deployed alongside the applications themselves in a package or using a separate package, as we did previously with VMware and Parallels.
Wine
Wine is an open source application that allows users of various versions of UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X to run Windows applications without owning a copy of Microsoft Windows. Wine provides certain Windows apps to run natively in OS X and Linux-based systems by re-implementing the Win32 API. Unfortunately, Wine is not the easiest product on the planet to use and so CodeWeavers (http://www.codeweavers.com) has released CrossOver Mac, a utility that can allow you to leverage Wine without having to use complicated command-line structures each and every time you want to access an application. Codeweavers does a great job of providing a user-friendly portal to Wine, but the truth of the matter is that it is a very complex task that the Wine project seeks to undertake. The reality is that the project simply cannot guarantee compatibility with every single piece of software out there written for the Windows world. Furthermore, compatible isn t really a black and white designation: some apps will function flawlessly, some apps will function mostly, and some apps will barely function. To help address the inevitable
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