New KB articles for App-V version 5

imageWe just published a few new KB articles in anticipation of the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) v5 release so if you’re among the many who are planning to make the move then you’ll probably want to take a quick look at these. It’s mostly some support tips and a couple informational types articles but it’s all good stuff.

2772509 – Supported scenarios for deploying Microsoft Office as a sequenced App-V Package (

2777003 – An App-V v5 virtualized application fails to start with error 0xc0000142 (

2778019 – Adding a large application package via the Management Server console on App-V v5 fails with "Timeout expired" (

2778168 – How to troubleshoot publishing server refresh failures in App-V v5 (

2778283 – PowerShell cmdlets are not available after installing an App-V v5 component (

2774436 – Known issues when using App-V v5 Package Converter (

2777777 – Important changes in the App-V v5 Sequencer (

2778945 – Importing a deployment configuration file on App-V v5 fails with "The configuration file does not contain well formed AppV configuration XML" (

2778957 – Virtual applications deployed by .MSI on App-V v5 are not uninstalled correctly when using PowerShell (

2768954 – A Microsoft Application Virtualization MSI run from a mapped drive fails to install the virtual package (

2768945 – How to remove a cached copy of an unpublished package in Microsoft App-V v5 (

J.C. Hornbeck | Knowledge Engineer | Management and Security Division

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Comments (1)

  1. Robert says:

    Looking at KB2772509 (Supported scenario's). It looks like deployment of Office 2013 on a Terminal Server (RDSH) using App-V is not allowed. Is this correct? (If so, is the only allowed deployment of Office2013 on a Terminal server a local install?)