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App-v 5.0 SP2 hotfix 5, an error occurred when querying the App-V WMI provider RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi,


    We have installed App-v 5.0 SP2 + hotfix 5 (via SCCM 2012 R2 CU1) on some Windows 7 clients. That worked fine but no app-v applications go through.


    Error:

    AppVPackageQueryClient5X::GetPackageDataByPackageGUID() failed for virtual application [a835fa1-f82a-4efe-957a-8c6678d4a431]. (0x87d01290)    AppVHandler    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)
    CAppV5XHandler::DiscoverIndividuleApp() failed. (0x87d01290)    AppVHandler    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)
    +++ Discovery of application [AppDT Id: ScopeId_8B8D93AF-5181-48FE-9202-2CFE5FC93EE2/DeploymentType_50eba242-3688-4b4f-9b61-84f0123f667d, Revision: 7] returned an error (0x87d01290).    AppVHandler    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)
    CAppV5XHandler::DiscoverApp() failed. (0x87d01290)    AppVHandler    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)
    Deployment type detection failed with error 0x87d01290.    AppDiscovery    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)
    Failed to perform detection of app deployment type Microsoft - Console, revision 6) for user. Error 0x87d01290    AppDiscovery    5/08/2014 10:23:56    3440 (0x0D70)

    Error = 0x87d01290 =  An error occurred when querying the App-V WMI provider.

    Please advise on this specific error. Should we look for corruption in app-v client, problem in sccm client ...?
    J.


    Jan Hoedt

    Update: clients which don't have problems are client which had hotfix 4 THEN hotfix 5 installed. Should we install it that order? Client WITH problems have App-v 5.0 SP2 then hotfix 5 directly.



    Update2: I installed the app-v client via setup.exe, the hotfix 4 also via setup.exe but since it installed all language packs, I decided to extract hotfix 5 and use the msp.
    Could that be cause of the issue? I could use the exe of hotfix 5 but then I need to be sure how NOT to install all the language packs.
    • Edited by janhoedt Tuesday, August 5, 2014 9:20 AM Update
    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 8:33 AM

Answers

  • I think we found a solution ourselves.
    My update2 (question) explains it:

    Update2: I installed the app-v client via setup.exe, the hotfix 4 also via setup.exe but since it installed all language packs, I decided to extract hotfix 5 and use the msp.
    Could that be cause of the issue? I could use the exe of hotfix 5 but then I need to be sure how NOT to install all the language packs.

    We installed App-v 5.0 SP2 via exe then installed hotfix via msp (extracted msp), this doesn't seem to work (though installation was succesfull). When we deploy the hotfix via the exe it works correctly.
    Not sure why though.


    Jan Hoedt

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:24 AM

All replies

  • Are you able to publish the application via PoSH? If this fails also then best to direct the query at the App-V forum as this won't be a ConfigMgr issue in that instance.

    Cheers

    Paul | sccmentor.wordpress.com

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 10:30 AM
  • What is PoSH? Powershell?

    Please check my question then

    "We have installed App-v 5.0 SP2 + hotfix 5 (via SCCM 2012 R2 CU1) ", I don't see how SCCM would come into play when we would deploy via powershell(?). We deploy via SCCM 2012 application.


    Jan Hoedt

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:22 AM
  • I think we found a solution ourselves.
    My update2 (question) explains it:

    Update2: I installed the app-v client via setup.exe, the hotfix 4 also via setup.exe but since it installed all language packs, I decided to extract hotfix 5 and use the msp.
    Could that be cause of the issue? I could use the exe of hotfix 5 but then I need to be sure how NOT to install all the language packs.

    We installed App-v 5.0 SP2 via exe then installed hotfix via msp (extracted msp), this doesn't seem to work (though installation was succesfull). When we deploy the hotfix via the exe it works correctly.
    Not sure why though.


    Jan Hoedt

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:24 AM
  • I don't see how SCCM would come into play when we would deploy via powershell(?). We deploy via SCCM 2012 application.


    That would help to find out if the problem is caused by ConfigMgr or the AppV client.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:36 AM
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