" applications are packaged into single executables that run completely isolated from each other and the operating system for conflict-free execution on end-point devices."Well, if you are packaging applications and need to isolate them (notice that I don't use the over-used term Virtualization) then ThinApp is a pretty good choice.
You can download ThinApp here: http://www.vmware.com/products/thinapp/
And, the latest SDK here: http://communities.vmware.com/community/developer/forums/thinapp
If you downloaded the previous version of the SDK (4.5), then it may be helpful to note the differences between 4.5 and 4.6, described in the following snippet from VMware;
- Full support for Internet Explorer 6 running on Windows 7.
- ThinApp has been successfully used to help customers virtualize and isolate many browser related issues such as ActiveX controls and various versions of Java.
- Adds the ability to “Harvest” Internet Explorer 6 from an existing Windows XP instance.
- Adds a new “ThinDirect” feature which allows redirecting of URLs from native to virtual browsers.
- Adds support for registering virtual services as boot-time applications