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Turbo Client Update 3.33.1149

Users will be automatically updated to the latest version of Turbo Client.

New and Improved

This update includes the following new features and improvements:

  • New! Containerized services now integrate directly into the Windows Service Control Manager
  • New! Support for Windows 10 Anniversary Edition “Redstone”
  • All Users client install no longer requires uninstall of previous version
  • Can view contents of the All Users shared repository with turbo images --all-users
  • Images can be pulled into the All Users shared repository with turbo pull --all-users
  • TurboScript host OS condition now supports Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
  • Java image has been updated to 1.8u102

Bug Fixes

This update includes fixes for the following issues:

  • Reduce delay when launching browsers via Turbo URL redirection
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August 19, 2016 #news

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

Two new tutorials have been added to the Tour area.

Tour: Subscribing a XenApp farm to

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

Improved Error Handling in TurboScript provides thousands of images ready to go in the 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 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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