To import a desktop application into AppDNA, you need its installation or App-V (.sft or .appv) package file. The installation package can be in the form of its Windows installer package (.msi file) or another type of installation package. For an application that is managed through Active Directory or Configuration Manager, you can simply match the discovered application with the managed application and import that using the Active Directory or Configuration Manager deployment information. For un-managed applications, you need to locate the installation package and specify that in the Import Applications screen. The easiest way to do this is explained below.
This takes you to the Import Applications screen, where the selected applications that have not already been imported are listed on the Direct Import tab. For information about this, see Direct import.
This saves the list of applications in a CSV file that you can use as an import list in the Import Applications screen. For more information about using import lists, see Import from List.
This lists the applications on the screen. You can now import the applications in the normal way.