I have been working on an Epic deployment since Hyperpace Spring 2007 for an enterprise of 30000 worstations and over 50 environments. We are currently on 2009 deploying to over 200 citrix servers and 3k desktops via SCCM. We have automated the the deployment for Citrix and workstations. Scanning for some ungodley reason, our mangement went with ISIS drivers. We have got the scanning devices to work on thin scanning without promting the users for scanning devices. So, if you have any questions on deploying Hyperspace, Application Extender or Epic Integrator; start posting your questions. We are actually working to thin app Hyperspace as well, which is actually easy if you are a small company but for companies that have mutliple environments it is more difficult. With all that said, if you have questions please post.
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Were you able to get Hyperspace ThinApp'd?  I'd also like to do this, but I'm not having much luck.  I'm pretty new at ThinApp in general, so I am probably missing something elementary.

I did go ahead and try it and now when I try to launch the EpicD78.exe from the bin I get an error that says, "Not enough memory to run; quitting".  I built the ThinApp on a Windows XP machine and get that message on a Windows 7 workstation.

When I try to launch the ThinApp on a Windows XP workstation I get the systray popup that it is launching and then nothing happens after that.  I see quite a handful (~18 errors) in the event viewer system log on that workstation referring to "SideBySide" (event ID 32) that says "Dependent Assembly Epic.Hyperspace.ThirdParty could not be found and last error was the referenced assembly is not installed on your system."  I also see SideBySide event ID 59 "Resolve Partial Assembly failed for Epic.Hyperspace.ThirdParty.  Reference error message: "The referenced assembly is not installed on your system."

Any thoughts?

Thank you,
awingren

Answered 10/08/2012 by: awingren
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