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App-V 5.0 OS Integration - Part 4 - State Changes

App-V 5.0 OS Integration - Part 4 - State Changes

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  • Excellent series of tutorials!

    Keep them coming. They are extremely useful.

  • Thanks Christoph!

  • Learned so much from your Tutorials....Thanks a million.

    Please chnage this link....it goes into your skydrive "to learn about how changes to non-user based locations are dealt with in App-V 5.0 click here. "

  • Glad you found the series useful Ashley, lots more to come so keep an eye out. Also thanks for making me aware of the SkyDrive link! All sorted now!

  • Awesome!!! Hats off to you. Extremely helpful and comprehensible. Hope there are more to come in this series ...

  • Glad you found the posts useful Dinesh! I post bi-weekly so keep an eye out for more content soon!

  • You have a typo in the file system path.

    It must be %AppData%\Microsoft\AppV\Client\VFS, not %AppData%\Roaming\Microsoft\AppV\Client\VFS as you mention.

    Thanks for sharing this!

  • Hi Ben,

    Thanks for taking to the time to let me know, I have now changed!

  • excellent grip on the subject thanks thanks thanks thanks thanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanksthanks

  • lol no problems

  • Useful post, but I still have some problems in a roaming profile environment. Changes are saved when I close a program and start it again, but as soon as I logoff and logon in Windows my changes in the profile are gone. (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\AppV is resetted?) Is this as designed and if this is the case, how can I deal with this?

  • Hi Roy, This is not a default behaviour of the App-V client, I would suspect your profile management solution is doing something at either log off or log on and means App-V is unable to retain is customisation changes?

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