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Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 7.1a, a minor update from version 7.1, fixes a problem in which folders that were not referenced by the application packaging process would cause the application to crash.
This section contains information about ZENworks Application Virtualization issues that might occur.
This problem occurs if you attempt to run ZENworks Application Virtualization on a machine that does not have the Microsoft* .NET Framework installed.
Workaround: Download the .Net 2.0 xlayer and copy it to the same directory as XREG.EXE.
The ZENworks Application Virtualization packager might crash if you perform a search using help from inside the application.
Workaround: To search the help, use the Help link from the Start Menu (> > > ) instead of using the link in the ZENworks Application Virtualization application.
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