Mar. 28, 2016
You use Install Capture to import desktop applications for which an MSI, SFT, or App-V file is not available. Install Capture installs the application within a virtual machine and creates an MSI file that is then imported into the AppDNA software. This requires the use of a virtual machine based on one of the following desktop virtualization technologies:
The capture process can create App-V sequences instead of (or as well as) MSI files for importing into the AppDNA software. This requires additional software, called the App-V Sequencer, which is not provided with the AppDNA software. For more information, see Install Capture.
Supported Install Capture platforms:
Use Organization reports to gain insight into applications managed through Microsoft Active Directory and System Center Configuration Manager, such as whether those applications are ready to be rolled out on a new platform. This supplementary feature requires access to Active Directory and Configuration Manager data.
Active Directory requirements
The AppDNA software can integrate data from Active Directory installed on the following Windows server versions:
Data extraction from Active Directory requires a user account that:
For information about Active Directory administrative groups and accounts, see Securing Active Directory Administrative Groups and Accounts.
Configuration Manager requirements
The AppDNA software can integrate data from the following versions of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager:
The AppDNA connector to Configuration Manager uses the WMI interface, which uses port 135.
Data extraction from Configuration Manager requires a user account that:
A Configuration Manager might add those permissions to the built-in Remote Tools Operator security role or create a copy of that role and assign the permissions.
For information about configuring these permissions, see Authorize WMI users and set permissions.