Scenario: As a customer, you want to simplify your image management overhead by providing non-persistent Desktop Experience workloads to your users, but some users require access to non-standard applications that you don’t want to put into the base non-persistent image, nor provide via an Application Experience from another Frame Account, nor provide via a persistent workload. How do you accomplish this with Frame?
Scenario: As a customer, you want to use Frame to provide access to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications. SaaS applications are also known as web-based software applications, meaning your main form of access to the application is through a web browser, such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. You want to utilize the Application Experience to provide these applications to your users. With Frame, how do you accomplish this?
Microsoft® (FSLogix) Application Masking is a great product to use with Nutanix® Frame Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution. Application masking makes centralized image management even easier by hiding the applications based on conditions. With Application Masking, you can install all the applications into a single Frame™ sandbox and then provide access to these applications based on conditions such as group membership and many other options. The benefits are fewer master images, the ability to hide applications when publishing full desktops, and the ability to control application license usage.