Oct 162013
 

When u have an application that starts from a networkshare and uses local files you could encounter the error¬†“0xc0000142” after sequencing.
The application “Planbord” in this case has an App-V package that has several DLL-files and a link to a networkshare located executable. The Package works fine when y0u start it from the sequencer. After deployment on a Citrix server the following error occoured:

SCRN 12-sep 10.42 0000
In the App-V event log you will see this event error:

“The virtual application ‘\\xxxx.xxxx.lan\Apps$\xxxx\xxxxxxxx\Programs\planbord.exe’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Shell’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x8DC02125-0x40”

This is because the machine where you are running your App-V package from has no rights on the networkshare. The App-V 5 virtual system needs these rights I presume.
Just give the computer account (for example all Citrix servers) read/list rights on the file share.

note: The same package in App-V 4 did not need these extra rights.

Oct 072013
 

After a fresh new install of the Microsoft App-V 5 client on a server with the installation executable, I’ve noticed some strange shortcuts like “*Russian like text that my WordPress doesn’t like* Microsoft Application Virtualization Client” and “Platforma Microsoft Application Virtualization Client” ¬†This was probably related to the language packs that where installed with the App-V client. But there was no way to remove the language packs. There was no Change or Uninstall button in the control panel. I’ve only needed the English one. so I wanted to install all the other ones.

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