I was getting Office 2013 sequenced using AppV 5 sp2 today and after following the Microsoft guide, publishing the application to the Citrix XenApp estate it was time to test. All was looking good initially then I took the app out of full screen mode, there was a big blue border round all of the applications. So, the fix…
I have gone through building and setting up an App-V 5 environment. The next challenge would be porting all your App-V 4.6 (or 4.5) applications over to the new estate. Below are the steps you would follow to convert the applications using powershell.
In my previous 3 posts I have covered
Installing App-V 5
Preparing the Publishing Server
I will now cover the steps you will need to set up the App-V 5 client and sync the applications to the device.
In my previous 2 articles I ran through how to install App-V 5 and Prep’ing the App-V 5 Infrastructure. I will now run through the basics of sequencing an application ready to deploy using App-V 5.
In my last post here I went through the procedure of installing the App-V 5 Full Infrastructure. I will now run through the steps required to prepair your servers to deploy applications.
In this post I will take you through the procedure you will need to set up a Microsoft App-V 5.0 Full Infrastructure.
Ran into a small problem this morning in that when I was adding the App-V publishing server to the Citrix XenDesktop 7 Studio it was bombing out with an error “The App-V Management Server is not valid”.
I have been trying to App-V Microsoft SQL Management Studio 2005 for a while now and have finally got it to work. I thought I would share the steps I took on here to hopefully help out others who are in the same situation.
I was looking at making some fast edits to some App-V packages and needed a quick way of doing this without having to (yet again) build a new sequencing machine.