New Application General Tab
The General tab of the New Application dialog box displays the application name, version, and GUID (if any, for Windows applications) of the application's main executable and lets you specify that information for an application when you add it to a license unit.
For Windows applications, you can add a new application to the current license unit or as a new license unit, first enter its name or select Browse to find it. You can also enter version and GUID information for the application. (Both version and GUID information are optional; in fact, you should leave the GUID option blank unless you're certain of what to enter here. Entering an invalid string in the GUID text box can cause the application to not be recognized properly.)
Next, select the Add button to open the Add Executable Version dialog box, where you enter the file name, size, and version of the executable file that is used to identify the application. You can specify this information manually or browse either your local computer or all unconfigured files. You can also remove executable files from the list, and view the properties of an executable file you select from the list.
If you want to specify support files for the application, select the Support Files tab.