Two new tutorials have been added to the Turbo.net Tour area.
Need to subscribe an entire XenApp farm to a set of containerized applications?
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.
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?
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.
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.
Managing Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime redistributables in a multi-host environment is a serious headache.
Ad blocking is important for improving user experience, maximizing performance, and eliminating an important source of security vulnerabilties.
We have updated our documentation with new step-by-step guides on building and deploying applications as Turbo containers.
The Turbo.net dashboard now includes device management, improved application management panels, and a new public channel page.