We’re delighted to announce the latest version of Shopping.

Its new features are:

  • ConfigMgr 2012 Application model support – Shopping 4.5 is fully tested against ConfigMgr 2012 RTM release. Shopping supports both user-centric and machine-centric application deployments using the new App model, including supporting any deployment type scenario supported by ConfigMgr.
  • Cross Browser Support – Shopping 4.5 now supports Chrome, Firefox, as well as IE 7+.
  • AD Group Rental – It is now possible for a user to remove themselves from an AD group that they joined through Shopping – ‘uninstalling’ their membership. This also allows non-ConfigMgr applications to have rental – extending the workflow to allow the removal as well as the addition of AD group membership. This feature is particularly useful for customers who have AppV deployments driven by AD group membership.

For more information about Shopping, click here or get in touch.

Troy Martin
Troy is a Technical Architect at 1E, which entails providing technical direction for 1E technologies, assuring their qualities in efficiently managing hardware, systems, users and other end points. Troy is well known in the Configuration Manager community as a speaker and subject matter expert. Working with some of the largest companies in the world as a consultant with 1E for 5 years, he has been involved with dozens of SCCM and Windows migrations and upgrades. Troy has been instrumental in collaborating with others at 1E to creating some of the core foundations of Software Lifecycle Automation (SLA) such as automated application rationalization and OSD mapping solution to name a couple. Many Fortune 500 companies have since benefited from SLA for their Windows migrations and are sure to take advantage of it during their ongoing migration to Windows 10.