Updating at t roaming

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When present, the primary feature block includes files that have been optimized for streaming during the sequencing process.

The App-V client performs tasks to ensure that virtual applications run properly and work like locally installed applications.

At the same time, a copy of the manifest is also stored in the User Catalog.

When a package entitlement is removed for a user, the relevant package files are removed from the User Catalog.

For more information on shared content store mode, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/? Note The machine and package store must be located on a local drive, even when you’re using Shared Content Store configurations for the App-V Client.

For roaming users, the User Catalog needs to be in a roaming or shared location to preserve the legacy App-V behavior of targeting users by default.The Package Store contains a pristine copy of the package files that have been streamed from the publishing server.During normal operation of an App-V application, the user or service may require changes to the files.If a package is available to a user on the computer (global or non-global), the manifest is stored in the Machine Catalog.When a package is published globally, there is a Dynamic Configuration file, stored in the Machine Catalog; therefore, the determination of whether a package is global is defined according to whether there is a policy file (User Deployment Configuration file) in the Machine Catalog. Contains information used for publishing the package, and also used at launch to ensure that a package is provisioned to a specific user.

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