Hi everyone,

I've created a new freeware tool to support Microsoft Application Virtualization called the App-V 4.5 Client Diagnostic and Configuration tool.
It's ideal for troubleshooting during sequencing or at run-time

ACDC makes it possible for administrators or users to troubleshoot virtual applications and the environment they run in:

- Launch predefined and custom commands within the virtual environment of each application.
- See the impact of the App-V Client and the available virtual applications on your system by calculating package size, cache size, user delta file size, log file size etc.
- Diagnose problems with App-V applications by parsing the App-V Client log file (in real time) and search any message online.
- Configure settings that are not visible in the App-V Client GUI, such as "Predictive Streaming", "Allow Stream from File", "Max Package Age" and many more.
- Give an overview of application and package information by merging important WMI, registry and OSD information in one single window.
- ACDC can be run both as an Administrator and as a Limited User. Running as a limited user will limit the functionality of the tool due to the fact that it has less permission on the system.

Questions or suggestions can be provided through the website http://www.loginconsultants.com/forum under "SoftGrid Tooling"

ACDC can be downloaded here (registration required).

Screenshots are displayed at my blog where I will talk in depth about the tool in the next couple of days.

Let me know what you think


Ment van der Plas
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Demoed this to a class and it got their attention. I still have to fully evaluate it for an App-V environment we are lighting up but it looks like a great contribution!
Answered 03/04/2009 by: kkaminsk
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