Application Masking with FSLogix in Windows Virtual Desktop

With FSLogix, you can mask applications based on Users, Groups, OU, Computers and registry settings.  This video reviews specific of FSLogix and then applies app masking rules to a WVD host pool.

4 thoughts on “Application Masking with FSLogix in Windows Virtual Desktop

  1. Great video. Going through this and when I test i find I don’t get a Rules folder under C:\Program Files\FSLogix\Apps

    I’m assuming it should be automatically generated? I did run as admin. Also when I run this and make a test like Hide Chrome, the Apply rules to System button is never usable.

    Any thoughts?

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