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App-V 5.0 Standalone Mode - Adding and Publishing a Package

App-V 5.0 Standalone Mode - Adding and Publishing a Package

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  • Great post. Very useful for testing App-V packages.

  • This post has been particularly in helping me test sequenced applications.

  • Thanks, great to know it has been useful!

  • Thamim,

    For the life of me, i cannot get this to work. i keep getting a 0c80070057 error, application virtualization service failed to complete requested operation. operation attempted: configure appv package.

    Error module: streaming manager. internal error detail: 4c401c0c80070057. the forums at microsoft do not have a fix. these errors hardly come up on search engines. people still have this issue. i have no idea why i cannot get the clients to download and install update publish packages. clients are unsuccessful. ive taken every troubleshooting measure and applied it and still same result.

  • Hi,

    Can you confirm when you get this error? At add or at publish? Also are you using the -DynamicUserConfigurationPath argument?

    Please paste me the commands you are using so I can verify....

  • In App-v 4 there were some registry entrires that needed to be modified.  Is this not the case with App-v 5.0?  Also, is standalone mode supported for production use?

  • Hi Pat, your right that in App-V 4.x we had the "AllowIndependentFileStreaming" key in registry which had to be set to 1 in order to stream directly from a file location. This is no longer the case in 5.0. Standalone mode in App-V 4.x and 5.0 is fully supported for production use and we have seen some customers really embrace standalone mode beyond just testing packages.

    I know some customers using SCCM 2007 are using the methods described above to publish App-V 5.0 packages too.

  • Hi Thamim,

    I'm also got the same error "0c80070057 " during installation.(standalone mode installation).any solution on this?

  • Can you confirm that this is for more than one package or is this issue package specific? Also have you installed the hotfix here: support.microsoft.com/.../2799153

  • Hello Thamim,

    I too am getting the aforementioned 0C80070057 error.

    Commands so far:

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted -Scope CurrentUser

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Import-Module Appvclient

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Add-AppvClientPackage -Path '\\domain\software\public\App-V 5.0 Packages\AppTest_1.10.0_x64\AppTest_1.10.0_x64.appv'

    Add-AppvClientPackage : Application Virtualization Service failed to complete requested operation.

    Operation attempted: Configure AppV Package.

    AppV Error Code: 0C80070057.

    Error module: Streaming Manager. Internal error detail: 4C401C0C80070057.

    Please consult AppV Client Event Log for more details.

    At line:1 char:1

    + Add-AppvClientPackage -Path '\\domain\software\public\App-V 5.0 Packages\App ...

    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

       + CategoryInfo          : InvalidResult: (:) [Add-AppvClientPackage], ClientException

       + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ConfigurePackageError,Microsoft.AppV.AppvClientPowerShell.AddAppvPackage

    The package was sequenced using App-V 5.0 SP1 using a clean VM running a fully patched instance of Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 (64-bit).

    The 'client' machine is also a fully patched instance of Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 (64-bit) and is running the App-V 5.0 SP1 Client.

    So far as I can tell hotfix KB2799153 is superseded by SP1.

    Any nudges in the right direction would be gratefully received... :)

  • PS: I did check the AppV Client Event Log but all it contained was:

    <Event xmlns="schemas.microsoft.com/.../event">

    - <System>

     <Provider Name="Microsoft-AppV-Client" Guid="{E4F68870-5AE8-4E5B-9CE7-CA9ED75B0245}" />

     <EventID>1008</EventID>

     <Version>1</Version>

     <Level>2</Level>

     <Task>8</Task>

     <Opcode>0</Opcode>

     <Keywords>0x8000000000000100</Keywords>

     <TimeCreated SystemTime="2013-05-08T14:20:06.383335300Z" />

     <EventRecordID>2</EventRecordID>

     <Correlation ActivityID="{02AB7C68-F800-0005-46C3-7170EF4BCE01}" />

     <Execution ProcessID="8024" ThreadID="7644" />

     <Channel>Microsoft-AppV-Client/Admin</Channel>

     <Computer>win7sp1-x64</Computer>

     <Security UserID="<REMOVED>" />

     </System>

    - <EventData>

     <Data Name="Package">{3E2480EF-37C9-4B17-84BC-1B38A8D751EB}</Data>

     <Data Name="Version">{47C75130-7167-4297-B60C-C7F2101F5B62}</Data>

     <Data Name="Folder">C:\ProgramData\App-V\3E2480EF-37C9-4B17-84BC-1B38A8D751EB\47C75130-7167-4297-B60C-C7F2101F5B62</Data>

     <Data Name="ErrorHigh">1279269900</Data>

     <Data Name="ErrorLow">2147942487</Data>

     </EventData>

     </Event>

  • Hi Luke,

    Is this application specific or are you seeing it across different packages?

  • So far I've just tried the one package: a small open-source application called Workrave (http://www.workrave.org)

    I chose it as I believed, perhaps erroneously, that it was a nice and simple application that I'd have no issues sequencing.

    I will try something even simpler and let you know how I get on.

  • Hmm... I've just sequenced a small utility I wrote (an executable and a manifest packaged as a .msi) and that seems to have worked just fine...

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Add-AppvClientPackage -Path '\\domain\software\public\MyIP_1.0_x86\MyIP_1.0_x86.appv'

    PackageId            : 32aa1202-f82c-44ee-8095-aee6e34edc70

    VersionId            : 37de4c04-a147-4b16-a1c1-c0bc25a40db2

    Name                 : MyIP_1.0_x86

    Version              : 0.0.0.1

    Path                 : \\domain\software\public\MyIP_1.0_x86\MyIP_1.0_x86.appv

    IsPublishedToUser    : False

    UserPending          : False

    IsPublishedGlobally  : False

    GlobalPending        : False

    InUse                : False

    InUseByCurrentUser   : False

    PackageSize          : 548047

    PercentLoaded        : 50

    IsLoading            : False

    HasAssetIntelligence : False

    PS C:\Windows\system32> Publish-AppvClientPackage MyIP_1.0_x86

    PackageId            : 32aa1202-f82c-44ee-8095-aee6e34edc70

    VersionId            : 37de4c04-a147-4b16-a1c1-c0bc25a40db2

    Name                 : MyIP_1.0_x86

    Version              : 0.0.0.1

    Path                 : \\domain\software\public\MyIP_1.0_x86\MyIP_1.0_x86.appv

    IsPublishedToUser    : True

    UserPending          : False

    IsPublishedGlobally  : False

    GlobalPending        : False

    InUse                : False

    InUseByCurrentUser   : False

    PackageSize          : 548047

    PercentLoaded        : 50

    IsLoading            : False

    HasAssetIntelligence : True

    Maybe the issue is with the application I am trying to package?  I shall have to try a few others and see if I've just randomly picked one that has an issue...

    Luke

    PS: Thanks for taking the time to reply!  :)

  • Now that's interesting, I have just sequenced the same application and delivered it via standalone mode and hit the same exact error! Looks like this issue is specific to some apps, I will investigate further...

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