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App-V sequenced application's installation error . Please help

Hi All,

I am new to App-V . I am currently using App-V 5.0 . I recently tried to  create my first App-V application using App-V sequencer . The sequenced application had few out put files likely : .xml, .App-v, .msi. When i tried to test the installation of the sequenced application's .msi file for testing purpose i got the below error. I have set the powershell executionpolicy to unrestricted and ran the .msi file once again but still the same error. 
Please help to resolve the issue.


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Posted by: jagadeish 5 years ago
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Have a look at this URL

http://www.logitblog.com/app-v-is-not-publishing/

This issue has been solved with App-V SP3 release..

Comments:
  • You may as well use powershell commands, instead of the MSI installer - its better you get used to it now away.

    Guide here on publishing:
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/appv/archive/2012/12/03/app-v-5-0-client-powershell-deep-dive.aspx

    One you get you head around it, you can do it on one line with piping.
    http://stealthpuppy.com/app-v-5-powershell-one-liners-adding-and-publishing-app-v-client-packages/


    When doing your testing, do it on a plain jane non domain machine - hey i made that rhyme! :D

    Once you pass that hurdle, you can test on target machines. - rileyz 5 years ago
    • Hi,Thank you for your help. Now the issue is resolved. Thanks a lot for the support :) - lgovindprakash 5 years ago

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