Uable to launch the application Virtualization

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I am unable to launch the application Virtualization with my own packages and displayed the following error message.The message said that “the application failed to launch”. How can I remove this error message? Any help would be really appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

If you check the event log a more descriptive error is available, and it states the following: Process 18672 failed to start due to Virtual Fonts subsystem failure. Package ID {5152004a-ed53-4435-a814-1ac15f070e7c}.Version ID {0361fd0e-c618-443b-b803-70e4bc663541}. Error: 0x83401D2A-0x80070490

Error: The application failed to launch.

This may be due to a network failure.

Error code: 0x83401D2A-0x80070490




Answered By 0 points N/A #168721

Uable to launch the application Virtualization


Hi Kevin,
There can be many ways to resolve this issue:
Solution 1:
In the ConfigMgr console, if the "Allow virtual application package advertisement" option is checked, then the ConfigMgr client agent takes managing virtualized applications.
If this option is unchecked, then follow the below steps:
1) Open the ConfigMgr Console
2) Navigate to Database -> Site Management -> <<Enter Site Name>> -> Site Settings -> Client Agents
3) Open properties for Advertised Programs Client Agent
4) Refresh the client agents. The App-V client will be the default handler again.
Solution 2:
You need to manually modify the registry keys back to the original values. To do so, follow the below steps:
1) Go to START -> RUN. Type REGEDIT and press ENTER
2) Navigate to the registry file HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftSoftGrid4.5ClientUserInterface
3) Change the below mentioned values in the file-
    LaunchCommand "C:Program FilesMicrosoft Application Virtualization Clientsfttray.exe" /launch "<APP>"
    DDELaunchCommand"C:Program FilesMicrosoft Application Virtualization Clientsftdde.exe" "<APP>" <DDE>"
Solution 3:
You can use ConfigMgr instead of using the App-V management server. For more info on this, you can go through the official Whitepaper document uploaded in Microsoft website.

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