Hi All,

I had sequenced an application for two environment(Prod and PreProd). I first sequenced the application for preprod environment with asset directory as PRSC6260.v01. After that i reverted the virtual pc to clean pc. Again i sequenced the application for PROD environment with asset directory as PRSC6260.v01. I deployed the application for prod environment in SCCM server but when i launched the shortcut of the application(prod environment) in client pc it throws an error that asset directory already exists.Error code is 0000E019. Kindly advice what to do to overcome this error.

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S.Yuvaraj.
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Hi S.Yuvaraj,

did you use SCCM for both enviroments or is your client member you tested on member on both goups?

The error indicate that two packages using the same root directory. (see KB930628 ).
I would clear the client cache and remove the first sequenced package out of the system, too.

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Answered 03/04/2009 by: vkleiner
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Hi Vkleiner,

Thanks for your reply. Does that mean the asset directory name for Prod and PreProd environment should be different? for eg for prod the asset directory name is PRSC.v01 and preprod environment the asset directory name should not be the same PRSC.v01.
Answered 03/04/2009 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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Hi,
It depended how your System is designed.

If you have 2 physical separated systems for prod and preprod ( so do I ) you can use the same names.
After testing the sequence I move it into the productive environment.

The App-V Client (Desktop or Terminal Server) could only handle one package root directory (PRD) - this must be unique per design.
If you load a package p.v1 into a PC, member of preprod, it´s loaded into local client Cache. When you now deploy a second one with same PRD via Prod to the same PC, you get this error.

The package is still in client cache and the second one cannot be import. Only if you remove the first package on the client, the new second one could be loaded.

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Answered 03/05/2009 by: vkleiner
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Just think of it like this, why would you want two isolated virtual environments using the same virtual file system? It would defeat the purpose of virtualization so the product does not allow you to do this.
Answered 03/05/2009 by: kkaminsk
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Actually i am sequencing the apps for different environment since it is an client requirement.
Answered 04/07/2009 by: Yuvaraj_Subramanian
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