The Application Virtualization Client could not launch the application

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Hi friends,

When I am working with the App-V to launch the application, I get some errors. I tried some of the general methods like restart the application and launch the application again. But nothing solved my problem, the error remains the same. Through internet search I came to the point ‘environment variable configuration’. How do I configure the variable? Please help. Thanks.

The Application Virtualization Client could not launch the application you requested.

The application name you specified is ambiguous. Use the full name and version for the application.

Error code: 461758B-0B211304-00000C15

Answered By 571600 points N/A #192220

The Application Virtualization Client could not launch the application


Actually, there are different errors related to “application virtualization error” that can appear when using App-V but unfortunately I think you are the only one that received the error code “461758B-0B211304-00000C15” when using the program. This is really or they consider it as a problem in the design which puts it as a bug.

There are even other users experiencing this error when opening Adobe Reader or simply opening a PDF file and there is really no clear solution to this. If your search points you to access and add something to the environment variables in Windows, here’s how you can access it. Right-click on My Computer and select Properties. Go to Advanced tab and click Environment Variables located at the bottom of the window. See image.

On the next screen you will see two sections, the “User variables for [username]” above and the “System variables” below. See image.

The “System variables” are the variables used by the operating system or by Windows. None of these variables must be removed or else the system might become unstable. The “User variables” located above are your personal variables or the variables added by the programs you install. So I think if you need to add a variable or two, this is the section to place it.

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