Dropbox now on Turbo Drive!

Turbo is pleased to announce support for Dropbox in Turbo Drive!

The T: drive connects cloud storage services directly to Turbo applications. The T: drive works across all supported clients and does not require the Dropbox client.

To connect Dropbox, select Dropbox from the Connect dropdown on the Files tab.

Both Dropbox and OneDrive paths can be connected to a single Turbo account or workspace. Turbo also supports connection of multiple folders from a single storage service to a single Turbo workspace.

Turbo has many powerful storage customization capabilities for virtualized apps. And we’re here to help your organization use them to create the perfect storage environment for your users.

Contact us about advanced storage configuration

Turbo Client and VM Updates, March 29

Users will be automatically updated to the latest version of Turbo Client and VM.

New and Improved

This update includes the following new features and improvements:

  • New! Support for SQL Server Management Studio 2017
  • New! Upgraded to Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2 component to support TLS 1.2
  • New! Improved performance for large executables/DLLs, including Microsoft Power BI
  • Improved handling of side-by-side assemblies, manifests, and policy files in containers
  • Logs from Turbo VM are written to OutputDebugString if an error occurs during initialization

Bug Fixes

This update includes fixes for the following issues:

  • Jobs sent to the print spooler from containerized applications may fail to print.
  • The Turbo Launcher is unresponve while loading a large list of application versions.
  • The turbo commit command fails when using old images with an incorrect error message.
  • The metadata for the Turbo Client MSI installer is incorrect.

Version Numbers

The component version numbers for this release are:

  • Turbo Client: 18.3.1699.0
  • Turbo VM: 18.3.1277.0