Insentra FSLogix Java Control

We are working with our partner FSLogix to help enterprises solve challenges with multiple java run times in their environments. With FSLogix Java Version control we can run all run times on our endpoints and only deliver that version of the JRE to that application that requires it. We can deliver multiple version of Java, we can keep the PC in a secure state, and those applications that require the specific version of JRE will get it.

Some key points of the video include:

[0.34] – How to use FSLogix Application Masking to save time and money

[1.28] – FSLogix’s simple approach to delivering these multiple JRE versions

 

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Read the transcript below:

Hi my name is Aaron Parker and I am a Solution Architect at Insentra. We are working with our partner FSLogix to help enterprises solve challenges with multiple java run times in their environments. These enterprises typically have apps that rely on specific Java run times. With FSLogix Java Version control we can run all these run times on our endpoints and only deliver that version of the JRE to that application that requires it. These have benefits by reducing the complexities and improving the security on PCs.

Because we have multiple Java run times, some of those may even be out of date. The MPC can run the latest version of the JRE and the applications that require the older versions can still get access to those JRE versions without the user interacting with those older versions. So FSLogix takes a very simple approach to delivering these multiple JRE versions.

We can deliver multiple version of java we can keep the PC in a secure state and those applications that require the specific version of JRE will get it.

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