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Hi All,

When i launch a sequenced application i am getting an error stating that the directory name is invalid.

Error code is 460579-1F701639-0000010B

Please help in this issue.

Thanks in Advance.
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A quick google of your error provides a possible solution/fix:

Short path variable names in OSD files can cause errors If you receive error 450478-1F702339-0000010B “The directory name is invalid” when starting a virtual application on the client, it is possible that the variable in the OSD is set incorrectly. This can happen if the application’s installer sets a short path name during sequencing. WORKAROUND Remove the trailing tilde from any CSIDL variable that exists in the OSD file. [/align]
Answered 06/28/2010 by: dunnpy
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Remove the trailing tilde from any CSIDL variable that exists in the OSD file.

What exactly i need to remove or modify in the OSD as per the above scentence.
Answered 06/28/2010 by: sanath_sunny
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Try opening the package for editing and examine the VFS (for starters) for the CSIDL variables.
Answered 06/28/2010 by: dunnpy
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A little more on directory shortname in APPV packages, if you have for example a registry key set to

HKLM\SOFTWARE\ODBC\ODBC.INI\SERVER VALUE = C:\Progra~1\SYBASE~1.5\Odbc\syodase.dll

You have to change the value to long filename.

C:\Program Files\Sybase Open Client 12.5\Odbc\syodase.dll

I have found APP-V does not like shortfile name syntax in many of are applictions that have been converted from msi to APP-V.

Regards

Mike.
Answered 06/29/2010 by: mikewickens
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The simple way to resolve the problem is to make the WORKINGDIR tab in OSD is empty. It works to me for many applications.

sreedhar
Answered 11/18/2010 by: sreedharko
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