Some common things in App-V 4.6

Can anyone please explain below concepts.

1. What is the use of below marked options.?
2. What are difference in below protocols.
3.What is the use of below path and other options marked.
4. What is the difference below.
5. What are below settings.
6. And below.
7. And last one.

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Posted by: Pressanykey 6 years ago
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Posted by: Badger 6 years ago
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in fairness, quite good questions. All subjects I cover in my training courses. I would guess anybody else who has a course would cover them too.

Are you using a really old version of App-v 4.6??

Rebase dlls, was used a lot for Citrix stuff. you can read some things on it on the magical wide wide world of web stuff.
Essentially its sort of, kind of, figures out where the DLLs (files) are, then checks if they stacked up in memory, flushes all that out, in case memory address locations don't match. Which could easily happen if you have a sequencer with 2GB or 4GB or RAM, but then run the app on a server with 32GB of RAM.

To make it nice and easy (light and not to techy) i referred to it as 'reshuffling the deck'. Its a bit easier. I have not really seen any issues in recent years that rebasing resolved.

  • Hi Badger, I'm going from memory now, but if I remember correctly, when creating a dll, the standard loading address was 10000 (or so). As this was standard for every dll, and you (as a developer) created multiple dll's, the OS, when loading your main exe had first to load the dlls, and then automagically "rebase" them. As this took time (remember when everything was steam driven?) if creating multiple dll's, as a developer you could readjust the loading memory address for your won dll's, therefore speeding up the start-up of your application... Personally I've never had issues with this when virtualising apps... - Pressanykey 6 years ago
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