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Chapter 7.2. Publishing and Assigning Ap... > Going Deeper: Practical Applications

Going Deeper: Practical Applications

Now that you understand the differences between publishing to a user, assigning to a user, and assigning to a computer, take a look at how you might use these to manage desktops in a network. We'll also discuss the licensing considerations behind each implementation.

Publishing to a User

You publish applications to users when you want to make an organized list of applications available for anyone who needs them to install. Publishing is best when you can't predict who might need to use the specific application or when the users of an application don't fit your Domain/site/OU structure. You'll need either a site license or enough licenses to cover everyone covered by the GPO. Although everyone who has access to the application may not install it, they could—so you'll have to license for that eventuality. Applications that fit into this model are the following:


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