Company officials say this will allow easier deployment by eliminating compatibility issues.
"Microsoft's App-V technology allows enterprise applications to be deployed in real time, to any Windows client and is becoming a 'must-have' for organisations," said Karri Alexion-Tiernan, director of product management at Microsoft.
"We're thrilled that Attachmate, a long-time and well-respected partner, is joining us in making Microsoft App-V the standard in application virtualisation by becoming the first vendor to offer native support for our solution," she added.
Reflection 2011 is built on .NET, provides the Windows 7 look and feel, and works with App-V and other virtualisation systems.
"Reflection 2011 is extremely well suited to work with App-V and enables us to save our customers significant time and resources by giving them centralised control over desktop applications across the enterprise no matter what operating system they're using," added Lall.
Reflection is designed to connect to IBM, Unix and OpenVMS hosts.