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Microsoft Application Virtualization Cookbook by James Preston

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Analyzing client-side logs

Just like in server-side logging, the App-V logs are consolidated in Event Viewer, and not all of the logging features are enabled by default. In this recipe, you will learn how to enable and analyze these additional logs.

Getting ready

To complete these steps, you will need to have the App-V client installed on a Windows 8.1 PC.

How to do it...

The following list shows you the high-level steps involved in this recipe and the tasks required to complete this recipe (all of the actions in this recipe will take place on the server DC):

  • Launch Event Viewer and view the App-V logs
  • Enable Analytic and Debug logging

The implementation of the preceding tasks is as follows:

  1. On your Windows 8.1 client, launch Event Viewer.
  2. Navigate to ...

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