Turbo Enterprise Containers

Reliably deploy modern and legacy desktop, web, and server applications to any Windows® device without installs or conflicts.

Migrate to Windows 10

Run legacy desktop applications, browsers such as Internet Explorer 8, ERP systems, and servers on new Windows version.

Eliminate Java and Flash

Containerize runtimes such as .NET, Java, Flash, and SQL to eliminate third party installs and security vulnerabilities.

Works with Existing Infrastructure

Distribute containers using popular desktop management tools, on-premises TurboServers, and Citrix VDI and XenApp environments.


Hosted service that streams containerized applications to teams and small business.

Turbo Studio

Development environment for advanced users to create and edit container environments.


On-premises container hub, application management, and web portal server.

Enterprise Articles

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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?

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.)

Shell Extensions and Containers

The latest Turbo client update (3.33.1046) introduces support for shell context menus (right-click actions). Let’s walk through the process of adding a containerized application to your environment.

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?

Deploying Turbo with MSI

As of version 3.33.1016, the Turbo client is available as MSI installer. This makes it easy to deploy Turbo using Group Policy and InTune.

Eliminate Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Dependencies

Managing Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime redistributables in a multi-host environment is a serious headache.

Ad Blocking in Containers

Ad blocking is important for improving user experience, maximizing performance, and eliminating an important source of security vulnerabilties.

New Container Build and Deployment Guides

We have updated our documentation with new step-by-step guides on building and deploying applications as Turbo containers.


An Introduction to Turbo Containers

Kenji Obata (@turbokenji), Turbo.net Founder, Las Vegas, NV

Using a Containerization Strategy to Extend the Life of Your ERP Applications

Rimini Street

Hundreds of organizations keep their software running with Turbo containers

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Profile Management

Maximize the number of users per server for highest possible ROI

Deliver a personalized experience with seamless roaming between environments

Eliminate profile corruption to reduce help desk calls by 30%

Application Management

Standardize Windows images for simpler deployment and management

Contextual user and application control for NetScaler connections

Reduced image complexity to expand use of Citrix Provisioning Services

Policies that adapt based on Citrix-reported client attributes

Citrix vDisk awareness to apply persistent disks to non-persistent virtual desktops


Maintain a high-quality experience during peak usage times


Reduce user logon times by 90%

Replace complex logon scripts and GPOs with a point-and-click policy engine

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