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Known issues

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  • During App-V solution configuration, when using the Fix option to fix the VM, the installation gets stuck at installing App-V Sequencer step for Windows 10 build 1703 with the configured built-in sequencer. To work around this issue, cancel the “Go to Microsoft website” action and warning. The VM configuration can then finish successfully. [# APPDNA-1685]

  • The AppDNA web server processes depend on .NET 4.5.1 as a minimum version. If the web server has .NET 4.6 or later installed, the AppDNA IIS process can stop working unexpectedly. This issue produces unhandled exceptions and failed import or analysis tasks. Error messages are likely to contain a statement that refers to w3wp.exe. For example, “DotNet Framework exception Error w3wp.exe [4520]”.

To resolve the issue, install the Microsoft update for your server environment: (Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8) (Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1) (older Windows versions) [# APPDNA- 1475]

  • The App-V Solution cannot use Windows 10 AU (Version 1607 and 1703) or Windows Server 2016 platforms to create App-V packages. [# APPDNA-1636]

  • The error message, “DirectedSpider.exe is not a valid Win32 application”, is displayed when launching the Directed Spider on Windows XP SP3.

To work around the issue, use an older version of AppDNA (AppDNA 7.9 or earlier). [# APPDNA-1371]

  • When the client side parts of the import process take an unusually long time to complete, cancelation requests may not be responded to in a timely manner.

To work around this issue, close AppDNA. This will stop the import.[#AppDNA-432]


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