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Workstation configurations are based on the tasks that the computer users need to accomplish, and those tasks are made possible by the applications running on the computers. Early in the planning process, you should make a list of the tasks your users perform regularly and begin evaluating applications that are capable of performing these tasks.
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Each type of user you are addressing in your deployment project probably has a different set of required tasks. However, this does not mean that you must create a separate workstation configuration and a separate set of applications for each user type. There are two main reasons why this is so:
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Workstation configuration management The more workstation configurations you decide to create, the more complicated your workstation deployment and maintenance process becomes. By creating configurations that can satisfy the needs of several user types, you streamline the deployment process. Application bundling It is often more economical to purchase a suite of applications than to buy individual copies of each application you need. For example, many organizations install an office suite on all of their workstations, even though few if any of their users regularly need all of the applications contained in the suite.
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When you have created the initial workstation configurations you plan to deploy, you can compile a list of tasks that each workstation is expected to perform and begin evaluating applications that can perform these tasks. As part of your evaluation process, you of course consider the tasks that each application is capable of performing, but you should also consider the following additional elements:
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Is it possible to deploy the application in various ways You can install it locally on each workstation, but can you run it from a server Can you package the application for automated deployment Can you deploy it using Remote Desktop Services Can you deploy it virtually using App-V If you have not yet settled on an application deployment strategy for your workstations, applications with this type of versatility can provide you with valuable options.
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Deployment versatility Compatibility Is the application capable of running on Windows 7 Are there any known compatibility problems with any of the workstation s other hardware and software components
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COMPATibiLiTy TEsTing
For more information on compatibility testing, see Lesson 2, Managing Application Compatibility, later in this chapter.
interoperability Are the document files the application produces compatible with the other applications that will run on the workstation Dependencies Does the application require any other applications, operating system updates, hardware, or software components to run
Is the application available with additional capabilities that could be useful to your users Is there a choice between a stand-alone version of the application or one bundled with a suite
bundling Economy What is the cost of the application Are there discounts available for multiple licenses or site licensing
Lesson 1: Designing an Application Deployment Strategy ChAPTER 9 357
Determining Application Requirements
Virtually all application developers publish the basic system requirements for their products. However, to fully realize the ramifications of adopting a particular application, you must consider all of the other hardware and software components in your workstations. For example, a developer might recommend that you install a particular application on a computer with one gigabyte of memory, but this recommendation does not account for the various operating system features that you might have enabled on the computer, nor does it account for other applications that the computer might be running at the same time. For example, the manufacturer of an office suite might recommend one gigabyte of memory, but does that mean that one gig is enough to run the word processor, the spreadsheet, and the presentation graphics program all at the same time, or just one of those three Manufacturer recommendations also tend not to distinguish between an application that is running comfortably and one that is barely functional. The only way to be sure that an application can run well on a particular workstation configuration is to test it under as realistic conditions as possible, and that means building a test workstation with all of the applications a particular user type needs and running it as that type of user would.
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