Hiya,

I am working on a application(Application A1) which creates a C:\XYZ folder and creates a xml report everytime when a user runs a Report. Now this report gets copied onto a different application's(Application A2) server and being used by that application(A2). I am doing a APPV virtualisation of the application A1. Now when I am running the application A1 the XML files are getting created in the Q:\XYZ folder and not is C:\XYZ and hence the files are not getting copied to application A2.

Is there any solution to create the folder XYZ in physical drive C: and not in Virtual Drive Q:.

thanks
Arun
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Yeah let folder get created it in Q: then copy to C:.
Answered 09/02/2011 by: rock_star
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you could probably just install the app to the C:\ drive during sequencing. This will cause the files to be added to the VFS, and when running your app, in the bubble these files will behave like they are on the C:\. This might have an adverse effect on the performance of the App-V, but you should try it and see what you get.

Beware though that if the copy mechanism is outside the bubble, it will not see the files, no matter where they get stored.

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Answered 09/02/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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ORIGINAL: pjgeutjens

Beware though that if the copy mechanism is outside the bubble, it will not see the files, no matter where they get stored.

PJ


If this is the case, add a shutdown script to the OSD that copies the content of the virtual folder to a folder outside of the bubble.
Answered 09/02/2011 by: Rheuvel
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Problem solved guys. I just used a VFS form of sequencing and it has solved the issue. Anyways thanks a lot for all the suggestions. Appdeploy rockxx..
Answered 09/09/2011 by: imavanurabanerjee
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Could you elaorate a little please?
Answered 09/15/2011 by: dbowe
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