- You run the Application Virtualization Client on a computer that is running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. When you try to start a virtualized application from a network location, such as a UNC path or a mapped network drive, you receive an application error message that states that a .dll file could not be found.
- When you try to run an Open Software Description (OSD) file that contains a batch script from a content share, you receive a "04-00000020" error message.
- The Application Virtualization Client service may take a long time to start and may result in slow startup performance in certain computer configurations.
- The Save As New Package option of the Application Virtualization Sequencer does not correctly update the virtual registry.
- When a virtualized application calls the Windows API LoadLibrary function, the application does not work correctly in the App-V 4.6 SP1 Sequencer. This issue occurs only when the LoadLibrary function uses a parameter that has a trailing period (.) at the end of the module name.
For all the details and a download link see the following Knowledge Base article:
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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