In this chapter, we started by talking about the use case for deploying App Volumes in an RDSH/published-application environment. We then went on the look at the architecture of how it all fits together.
Once familiar with the solution, we went on to build a provisioning machine to provision our RDSH AppStack for Office 2013, before going on to build an RDSH server, which was assigned the Office AppStack and then configured to publish some of the core Office applications.
Finally, we tested the solution to make sure it behaved as expected and that end users could log in and launch their applications.
In the next chapter, we will build on what we learned in this chapter, by adding a Citrix XenApp environment to the mix and configuring XenApp to deliver our Office 2013 AppStack.