When installing Microsoft Application Error Reporting, for example as a part of deploying the App-V Client, you may see an event with ID 11708 logged in the Application log. The error logged will be something along the lines of this:
Virtualising Paint.NET is a simple two step process:
Microsoft have made available what looks to be an excellent resource for walking through the complete sequencing process:
However, I generally recommend configuring as many settings as you can during install so that you don’t have to rely on external tools (e.g. Group Policy) that may not apply in a timely manner.
This is a guest post from Nicke Källén, an App-V MVP from Sweden. He posts as Znack on the TechNet Forums, where he’s consistently the most active answerer in App-V topics. You can find his blog here.
Profile bloat – we’ve all seen it. Many applications, and even Windows itself, can store files in the most inappropriate places within the user profile. For example, here’s just part of what the Vodafone Mobile Connect application stores within the roaming portion of my profile:
This post details virtualising OpenOffice.org 3.x with Microsoft Application Virtualization; however the same basic steps should apply to any application virtualisation product.