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APPVVE argument in App-V 5, Slow File Transfer Client Mapped Drives and App-V 5 GUI converter.

 


Rodney Medina discussed this switch already during the APPVUG event 2013, but now also wrote down the possibilities of the APPVVE argument in App-V 5.


 


In the article curious case of the slow file transfer Bart Jacobs is describing his situation, findings and current status of his issue he have in XenApp 6.5 that File Transfer for Client Mapped Drives is slow.

 


To use applications sequenced in App-V 4.x cannot be used directly in App-V 5. You need to convert those packages to an App-V format. By default this is done using PowerShell Cmdlets. Michel Stevelmans wrote a GUI to wrap those used Cmdlets, so conversion can be done without PowerShell knowledge. The freeware tool is called NoMoreFour: An App-V converter GUI Application.