The File Type Associations Results pane in the Application Virtualization Server Management Console displays a list of the available file type associations. Users can see a list of file type extensions and the applications to which they correspond.
Right-click any application extension to display a pop-up menu that contains the following elements.
General tab—Displays general information about the file type association, including the application icon and name.
Icon—Displays the selected icon for the associated file type.
Extension—Displays the extension for the file type.
File Type Description—Displays a brief description of the file type. You can edit this field.
Open files with this application—Enables you to choose an application from the drop-down list of available applications.
Icon Path—Enables you to enter the complete path to the icon file (ICO) or to browse for the ICO file.
Advanced tab—Displays detailed information about the file type.
Action—Displays a list of the available actions for the associated file type. You can add new actions, edit existing actions, set an action as a default, or delete actions.
Content Type—Displays a description of the contents of the file type. If this field is left blank, the client will fill it.
Perceived Type—Displays the kind of file type. You can select one of the options from the drop-down list or add your own.
Confirm open after download—Select this check box to display a confirmation message after an application is loaded.
Always show extension—Select this check box to specify that extensions should be shown even when the user requests that the system hide the extensions for known file types.
Add to new menu—Select this check box to specify that the extension or extensions should be listed in the shell's New Extensions list.
Right-click anywhere in the Results pane that is not on an extension to display a pop-up menu that contains the following elements.
Creates a tab-delimited text file that contains the contents of the Results pane. This item displays a standard File Save dialog box where you specify the location for the text file you are creating.