The AppVclient is the component that runs virtualized applications on user devices. Once you enable the client, users can interact with icons and file names to start virtualized applications. The client can also get virtual application content from the management server.

Here we get cmdlet descriptions and syntax for all App-V client cmdlets.

From Windows 10, version 1607 on-wards, the App-V client is installed automatically. However, you’ll still need to enable the client yourself to allow user devices to access and run virtual applications.

We can enable the AppVclient by two methods they are Group Policy editor and with Windows PowerShell.

Enable the App-V client with Group Policy

Go to run> Type “gpedit.msc

gpedit.msc group policy appvclient enable run command

Press Start and type “Group”

appvclient group policy gpedit enable configuration client hyper v

This will takes to Local Group Policy Editor

group policy local editor appv client hyper v gpedit.msc

Navigate to > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > AppV

appv client gpedit gpedit.msc hyper v enable configure

Double click on “Enables App-V Client” > Click on “Enabled”> “Apply” > “OK”

appv cleint gpedit hyper v module configure install

Reboot the Machine

Enable the App-V client with Windows PowerShell

Go to PowerShell with Admin right > Type “Enable-Appv

powershell enable appv client hyper v configure install module

Reboot the Machine

To Check AppVClient is enabled or not type “Get-AppVStatus

Once you have enabled this module, you can use the below cmdlets which are associated with this module.

Click on each cmdlet to know more about them

Add-AppvClientConnectionGroupCreates a composition of multiple packages.
Add-AppvClientPackageAdds a package to a computer running the App-V client.
Add-AppvPublishingServerAdds a publishing server for the computer that runs the App-V client.
Disable-AppvDisables the App-V service.
Disable-AppvClientConnectionGroupDisables a connection group on the computer running the App-V client.
Enable-AppvEnables the App-V service.
Enable-AppvClientConnectionGroupEnables a running connection group on the computer running the App-V client.
Get-AppvClientApplicationReturns applications that are part of App-V Client Packages.
Get-AppvClientConfigurationReturns the configuration for the App-V client.
Get-AppvClientConnectionGroupReturns an App-V connection group object.
Get-AppvClientModeDisplays the mode for the App-V Client.
Get-AppvClientPackageReturns App-V Client Packages.
Get-AppvPublishingServerReturns App-V Server objects.
Get-AppvStatusGets the status of the App-V service.
Get-AppvVirtualProcessDisplays the virtual processes running on a computer.
Mount-AppvClientConnectionGroupStreams the contents of packages to the local disk.
Mount-AppvClientPackageLoads a package into the App-V cache.
Publish-AppvClientPackagePublishes the App-V package.
Remove-AppvClientConnectionGroupDeletes an App-V connection group on the client.
Remove-AppvClientPackageRemoves the package from a computer.
Remove-AppvPublishingServerRemoves an App-V publishing server.
Repair-AppvClientConnectionGroupResets the user package settings for the connection group.
Repair-AppvClientPackageResets the user settings of a package.
Send-AppvClientReportSends reporting data from the client.
Set-AppvClientConfigurationApplies configuration settings to the App-V Client.
Set-AppvClientModeSets the mode in which the client runs.
Set-AppvClientPackageConfigures an App-V Client Package.
Set-AppvPublishingServerModifies properties of an App-V Publishing Server.
Start-AppvVirtualProcessStarts a virtual process.
Stop-AppvClientConnectionGroupShuts down the shared virtual environment of a connection group.
Stop-AppvClientPackageShuts down virtual environments for specified packages.
Sync-AppvPublishingServerInitiates the App-V Publishing Refresh operation.
Unpublish-AppvClientPackageRemoves the extension points for packages.

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