KB: How to launch processes inside the App-V 5.0 virtualized environment

KB53A common troubleshooting task for the Microsoft Application Virtualization 5.0 client (App-V 5.0) is to investigate or modify a local package by opening a process inside the context of an App-V application.  This is also known as opening a process "in the App-V bubble".  App-V 5.0 offers several alternative methods to perform this task that differ significantly from techniques available in previous versions of the product.  Each method is detailed in the article below:

KB2848278 - How to launch processes inside the App-V 5.0 virtualized environment (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2848278)

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

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Comments (1)

  1. Dear Sir,

    I am viewing APP-v BLOGS AND YOUR BLOG HELPING ME FOR UNDERSTANDING App-V as new person and I have a scenario in my environment.If you can suggest me it will be very helpful.

    When I published App-v sequenced package from App-V 5.0 Server to two different networks ,I am able get sequenced  application packages in the one network in which app v server is present and  I am able to access them but in another network which is separate network I can able to see that app v packages published  in publishing console but I am not getting any packages to client systems..If any sugggestion from u it will be very help ful for me

    Requesting you to kindly suggest me how to start analyze this issue and how can I find the problema dn what are the solution methods.Please help me sir

    Thanks & Regards




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