The Default Block Size of 64KB in App-V 4.6 and Later may Cause Slow Streaming with Certain Network Configurations

Starting with the 4.6 sequencer, the default block size for sequenced packages was changed to 64K. In addition, the option to adjust this was removed from the sequencer. The block size used to be an issue when the network bandwidth was limited and large blocks could not be transferred. Now with more robust networks in…

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App-V: Intermittent DC Refresh and/or Launch Failures may be tied to Intermittent SQL Connectivity

DC Refreshes and Application Launches may fail intermittently in the case of an unstable SQL Server connection. This can happen when the threshold for connectivity to overall service connectivity to SQL has not been reached but the authentication and/or authorization of a user actually timed out on the back end connection to SQL.In essence, overall…

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App-V: Arithmetic Overflow Error (0000B065) when Running System Utilization Report

Administrators can use the System Utilization Report to graph the total daily system usage. You can use this report to determine the load on your App-V Server. This report tracks the usage over time during the reporting period for the specified server or for the server group. The System Utilization Report also graphs the following…

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How to Adjust/increase/reduce the RTCP/RTP Port Ranges for use with RTSP

To stream applications via RTSP, the App-V server uses three channels that are carried through three TCP sockets. First, the App-V client uses the RTSP channel to set up a connection with the App-V Management or Streaming Server. The server opens two private ports (one for the RTP channel and one for the RTCP channel.)…

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