Explainer: App-V error 29-000010FE with User Data redirected to a network share

So have you had a chance to try out Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 yet?  It should have been available to MSDN and TechNet Subscribers as well as Volume License customers yesterday so I’m curious how many have actually had a chance to try it out.  I’ve been running…

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How Do I Develop V12N-Friendly Apps?

There was a great video I came across on Channel 9. It was a session that John and Elsie did at PDC recently. One of the bits I really enjoined was at 31:20 in the video. Its a section in the presentation thats called “How Do I Develop V12N-Friendly Apps?” Why is this important? well…

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Getting to Grip with the App-V Server Log File (sft-server.log)

Now I have been chatting with Aaron Parker about doing this blog entry for weeks and just never found the time to do this, well with the Easter weekend upon us and a workshop for which I need to complete a section on Log File analysis this seemed a good time to do it! The…

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SoftBar……

Aaron came over and told me about a new little freeware tool that can help assist you in app-v http://www.jagtechnical.com/softbar/  I have not yet had a chance to play with the tool but I thought it would be interesting to let people know. Again this is not a Microsoft Tool and therefore no support can…

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SFT Encoder Express Edition : The Simple App-V Package Encoder

My Buddy Kalle Saunamäki pinged me earlier today and let me know that he has released a new tool for SFT Encoding packaging. I have not tested the tool yet but will certainly be playing around with it later tonight. The tool looks really interesting as it looks like a new way to package? Will…

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Recipes and Step-By-Steps

Recipes or Step-By-Steps for sequencing are one of the most important things that you can do when sequencing applications. This will help you so much in the long run. We go to many customer sites where they just forget or don’t know what’s gone into the sequence to get it working OR how they even…

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Have a look at your Database!

A really handy thing that I tend to do is review the database of the Softgrid 4.x deployment. The SoftGrid Database has a number of vital information. This information allows us to understand certain server configuration issues and the potential for client side problems. To gather this information we need to gain access to SQL…

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Global Package, Global User, Application, and User pkg's

Every wondered where things get stored in Application Virtualization? Well Chris Lord one of the PMs gave an insite into this on the technet forurm @ http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2880423&SiteID=17 .   Package Location Description Per System Global Package Volume \Users\Public\Documents\SoftGrid Client\AppFS Storage\<Pkg+GUID>\GlblVol_sftfs_v1_S-1-5-20.pkg   Contains any application-specific data that is modified by a system process.  The well-known SID for…

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