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Sequencing an Application that installs in localappdata


Hey guys


I am trying to Sequence a program called Anaconda3-2.4.1 --> URL: https://www.continuum.io/downloads


New to App-V so I am still learning how to properly sequence etc


My first attempt at sequencing this was not successful at the testing stage of the user end.


The application installs its exe's in the localappdata folder

Once I got SCCM to push out the application ( which was successful, I could not start any of the applications from the start menu shortcuts as they are pointing to a localappdata directory


What changes in the sequencing should I do so app-v puts the exe filles into a global appdata location or somewhere accessible by the user?'


I will give you one example of one shortcut that was virtualised that did not know where the actual exe file was located:


"%LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\AppV\Client\Integration\6B520673-8B79-4BFD-9D81-4D59E788E686\Root\VFS\Local AppData\Continuum\Anaconda3\pythonw.exe" C:\Users\pat\AppData\Local\Continuum\Anaconda3\cwp.py C:\Users\pat\AppData\Local\Continuum\Anaconda3 "C:/Users/pat/A


There was an all users option when installing but from memory this did not turn out succesfully either but I will try again


Any help would be appreciated!

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