After you sequence an application and before you save it, you can use the Change History tab to view the historical information about a sequenced application package. This tab is read only and cannot be modified. It contains the following elements.
Modification Date The date a sequenced application package was modified.
Package Version GUID The GUID for the version of the sequenced application package that is loaded, which can be used during deployment to specify a particular version of the package.
This section of the Change History tab displays specific information about the Application Virtualization Sequencer (the Sequencer) that was used to create the sequenced application package. It contains the following elements.
Sequencer Version The version of the Sequencer used to create the package.
Sequenced By The name of the sequencing engineer.
Sequencing Station The sequencing computer used to create the sequenced application package.
Package Upgrade Indicates whether the sequenced application package was upgraded and saved.
Save Mode Indicates the method used to save the application package.
Windows Version The version of Windows used to create a sequenced application package.
System Folder The path on the Sequencing computer of its System folder.
Windows Folder The location on the sequencing computer of its Windows folder.
User Folder The location on the sequencing computer of its User folder.
System Type The type of operating system on the sequencing computer.
Processor The processor of the sequencing computer system.
Last Boot Normal Indicates whether or not the sequencing computer's most recent boot-up was normal.
Terminal Services Indicates whether Terminal Services are operant on the sequencing computer system.
Remote Desktop Indicates whether Remote Desktop is operant on the sequencing computer.
.NET Framework Version Indicates the availability of any version of the .NET Framework on the sequencing computer.
Internet Explorer Version Indicates the availability of any version of Internet Explorer on the sequencing computer.
Windows Media Player Version Indicates the availability of any version of Windows Media Player on the sequencing computer.
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