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Virtualization Question


App-v DLL or something

01/24/2013 1445 views

Hi there im looking to test an App-V on my own desktop i know there is something i can do or add on my desktop to have an App-V Server simulator.... or something...the solution was on microsoft website but i can't find it....I need your help !

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You can build a Virtual Machine using VMWare Workstation or Microsoft Virtual PC or Oracle VirtualBox to create App-V lab setup..
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You can build a Virtual Machine using VMWare Workstation or Microsoft Virtual PC or Oracle VirtualBox to create App-V lab setup..

Answered 01/24/2013 by: jagadeish
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You don't need a full App-V server available. If you have the App-V client installed you can run an app-v from locally copied source (OSD, SFT etc) by running the commandline:

sfttray.exe /launch <path to OSD file>

You will first have to change the CODEBASE references in your OSD to point to the local path where you placed your package.

Answered 01/25/2013 by: pjgeutjens
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thanks alot :-) jagadeish and pjgeutjens

Answered 01/25/2013 by: mbourboin
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