Extract only the .CAB file from the MSU (using WinRAR). In Windows 7 run
iexpress.exe. Click Start and in the search box type "Iexpress.exe"
Click Next on the “Welcome to IExpress 2.0” screen. Click
Next on the “Package Purpose” Screen. On the "Package Title" screen, name the package. I use the name of the CAB – i.e. : Click Next on “Confirmation Prompt” & “License Agreement”
Click “Add” on the “Packaged Files” Screen and browse to the
.CAB file you extracted earlier. Make note of the PATH where that .CAB file is
located. You will need that.
Click Next. On the “Install Program to Launch” screen you will put in the
following string in the box next to "Install Program": dism.exe /online
/add-package:”<PATH TO THE CAB>Windows6.1-KB2547244-x86.cab” /norestart
Click Next. Click
Next on the “Show Window” screen and “Finished Message” screen. Click “Browse” on the
“Package Name and Options”. Name the file the name of the CAB (minus the .CAB extension ob…
APP-V Client TroubleshootingThere are links at the bottom for more troubleshooting.
Note - If there is a command line listed you can try to run that instead of using the gui, but you need to know the application GUID or complete name where needed.
1st things firstThe first thing you should always check is the log:
C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Application Virtualization Client\sftlog.txt
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Application Virtualization Client\sftlog.txt
They will tell you lots of information. You can also change the logging level to get more information.
Once you’ve checked the log if there is nothing obvious in there. You should repair the application.
How to repair an application
Repair - When you repair an application, you remove any custom user settings and restore the default settings. This action does not change or delete shortcuts or file type associations, and it does not remove the application from cache.