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International Applications in the Hub

The Turbo.net Hub now has first-class support for international versions of applications.

To access a language-specific version of an application, append the language code after the primary repository name. For example, since chrome is the default version of the Google Chrome browser, chrome-es identifies the Spanish language version.

Available languages are listed on both the application repository and application portal pages.

The first internationalized applications in the Turbo.net Hub are Chrome and Firefox, with images built in German, French, and Spanish. To view these examples, visit:

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Tour: Containerizing .NET, Java, and ASP.NET applications

Two new tutorials have been added to the Turbo.net Tour area.

Tour: Subscribing a XenApp farm to Turbo.net

Need to subscribe an entire XenApp farm to a set of containerized applications?

Improved Error Handling in TurboScript

Turbo.net provides thousands of images ready to go in the Turbo.net Hub. But if one of those doesn’t do the trick, TurboScript is a great way to create your own images.

Running Containers as Different Domain Users

By default Turbo containers will run in the security context of the user executing the turbo command. But what if we need to run as a different user?

Deploying Turbo Browser URL Redirection via Group Policy

The Turbo URL Redirector lets you automatically launch a specific containerized browser when a user accesses a specific web site. (Details of the Turbo URL Redirector were discussed in the article Automatic URL Redirection to Turbo Browsers.)

Automatic URL Redirection to Turbo Browsers

Turbo.net makes it easy to create customized browsers for specific web sites. But how do you ensure users run the correct browser for a given site?

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