garydawkins
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Is there anyway to target multiple versions of a single package when making assignments? I know I can "update" an app volume to capture a newer version, but is there anyway to make an assignment to an older version of that same package?

Basically, I have like 40 different versions of the same application that developers need to access and it'd use a lot less disk space to hold them all in a single app volume and capture the minor differences between them instead of creating 40 separate app volumes. I don't see a way to target an old version of an app volume when making assignments though. 

Thanks!

Gary Dawkins

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Micheal_A
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You group assign the marker version and then do direct assignments to the version the user needs. Te direct assignment wins over the group assignment.

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Micheal_A
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You group assign the marker version and then do direct assignments to the version the user needs. Te direct assignment wins over the group assignment.

“Set your Intention in the direction of your destiny and not the distraction of this moment.”
@StevenFurtick
VMware Docs | VMware EUC BLOG | VMware EUC Community | VMware Support |


garydawkins
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I'm new to app volumes so I just noticed the "package" type assignment verses the "marker" assignment, which made me ask the question wondering if that's indeed how it functioned. I'm so glad it works that way! Thanks for the help!

Gary Dawkins

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