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KB: Launching a virtual application fails with error code 0x4C40660C-80070005

KB: Launching a virtual application fails with error code 0x4C40660C-80070005

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imageJust a quick heads up on a KB article we just published. This one describes an issue where an App-V client gets error 80070005 if the user doesn’t have proper permissions to the App-V container file in the content folder.

You can read the entire article here:

2783104 - Launching a virtual application fails with error code 0x4C40660C-80070005 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2783104)

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

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  • (Resolution in simple words) Error 0x4C40660C-80070005 occurs when "name.appv" file is not visible to user for streaming (no read permission). For stand alone mode please copy the "name.appv" files with other files into C:\ drive so that for other users can see it stream it. For server mode check the connection to server.

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