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Application Streaming with Streaming Servers on APP-v 4.6 Version RRS feed

  • Question


  • Hi All,

     

    We are trying to build all the three modules of app-v  in our Lab but the 1<sup>st</sup> and 3<sup>rd</sup> (standalone & full infrastructure )modules are working fine but we are facing some issues on streaming module below is the detailed description of the problem .   

    Lab setup

    1. Mgmt sever –win server 2008 - R2 + mgmt app-v 4.6 + shared content folder
    2. Sequencer –win7 + App-v sequencer
    3. streaming server – win server 2008 –R2+ streaming bits + shared folder
    4 .win 7 client  - win7 + app-v client + registry updates for application root source

    Scenario:

    Sequenced a application with details of the mgmt server running RTSP://<>:554 and deployed in content folder on the mgmt server. Application was assigned to the user which works fine when he logs to the application using App-v client which has been installed on the win7 box which has been updated with mgmt server (publishing server ) details.

    Problem :

    when the same sequenced bits are copied  on to streaming server content folder and try to access the same from the user it works fine . But when we remove the application from the mgmt console the applications is vanished from client console  . So it confirms that streaming server module can be workable only if we have mgmt server attached  to it or it can be a independent module? 
     


    like sequencing + streaming + win7 client ?

     

     

    Request the forum to confirm the same or suggested any alternative method to resolve this problem


    Rgds,
    Anantha

    Thursday, February 11, 2010 9:37 AM

Answers

  • Hi,

    the Management Server passes the OSD and ICO files out from its Content Folder by default. Therefor, these files have to ba available for the Management Server.

    To verify that, you may copy the content folder back to the Management Server and delete all the SFT files...

    Alternatively, you may use Registry's "OSDSourceRoot" and "IconSourceRoot" settings to point to the Streaming Server's content folder (HKLM/Software/Microsoft/SoftGrid/4.5/Configuration).
    As often, a look into sftlog.txt might unveil further information
    Falko
    • Proposed as answer by znack Monday, February 22, 2010 7:45 PM
    • Marked as answer by Aaron.ParkerModerator Wednesday, July 13, 2011 12:08 PM
    Thursday, February 11, 2010 4:14 PM
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