The information in this Readme pertains to Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization, which is a product that lets you convert applications that run on Microsoft Windows into self-contained virtual applications.
The following information is included in this Readme:
ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1 has new GUI menu options that allow you to create site license certificates and application configuration files.
Certain commands have been modified in this release as shown in the table. The Xreg command is still used when performing streaming activities.
Some of the issues that were discovered in the original shipping version of ZENworks Application Virtualization have not yet been resolved.The Readme for the previous release has been updated to indicate which issues have been fixed in this release.The following sources provide information about Novell ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1:
This section contains information about issues that might occur in ZENworks Application Virtualization:
There are several issues in ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1 regarding support of virtualized applications on 64-bit Windows machines.
Running the virtualized 32-bit Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Enterprise application is not supported on the following 64-bit platforms:
Windows 2008 64-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit
The application has been removed from the default application creation template on machines running the 64-bit platform.
Running a virtualized 32-bit Microsoft Office 2007 application on a 64-bit platform also fails.
Although application virtualization of the Citrix ICA Demo 126.96.36.199 application is supported on the Windows Vista 64-bit platform, it is not supported on the Windows XP 64-bit platform.
(Fixed in v8.0.2) Microsoft Office 2010 virtual application is not supported on 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.
Use the instructions provided in this section while working with ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1 and ZENworks Configuration Management.
If you build a virtual application by using theoption on the ZENworks panel of the control console, then copy the application to a machine where the ZENworks Configuration Management Agent is installed, the virtual application might fail when it is launched, displaying the following error:
This application can only be run on devices registered with a ZENworks zone.
Workaround: To avoid this issue, make sure that you save the ZENworks configuration settings (that is, changes made on the ZENworks panel of the console and stored in the *.xappl file) before you build the application. To save the changes, click > .
(Fixed in v8.0.2) When you attempt to publish ZENworks Application Virtualization bundles by using the MS ISA Proxy or the Novell NBM Proxy, the following error message is displayed:
An error occurred while publishing the bundle: The remote server returned an error:(403)Forbidden.
Workaround: To publish a bundle on the ZENworks Configuration Management server, disable the MS ISA or the Novell NBM proxy settings. In the ZENworks Application Virtualization window, select> , then select .
The following issues in ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1 relate to its use with various Web browsers.
Safari version 4.0.4 or 5.0 might fail after you have created the virtual application if the virtual application is not configured correctly.
Workaround: Make sure that you follow these steps exactly when you build the application:
Select(Option 2) in the Configuration Wizard.
Capture the Before Snapshot.
Install the Safari4 application.
Capture the After Snapshot.
Select the Startup file as @PROGRAMFILES@\Safari\Safari.exe instead of the default (Multiple Files).
Save the configuration, but do not build the virtual application.
Modify the .xappl configuration file by setting the enhancedDEPCcompatibility attribute to .
Build the virtual application file.
Close ZENworks Application Virtualization, then delete the Safari Sandbox.
Run the virtualized Safari application.
The Silverlight virtual component in a Mozilla Firefox virtual application fails to work.
(Fixed in v8.0.3) Java applets might not load correctly while using a virtual Internet Explorer 6 on Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Use the instructions provided in this section while you use the Snapshot Wizard to virtualize third-party applications in ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1.
(Fixed in v8.0.2) Building a third-party virtual application using Snapshot Wizard, that would build a single startup file, might fail to launch if you use the default settings for the startup files attribute i.e., “(Multiple Files)”.
For single startup files without any shortcuts: You need to select the appropriate output file as the startup file when an application is run directly from a single executable file. For example, select the startup file as @PROGRAMFILES@\Safari\Safari.exe, if the wizard selects “(Multiple Files)” by default.
For multiple shortcuts to different startup files: If there are multiple shortcuts to different startup files, you have to build the virtual application by clicking the ZENworks Application Virtualization 8.0.1 User Guide.icon and icon in the virtual applications ribbon bar. For more information on using the Snapshot feature, see section “3.6.1 Snapshotting” in the
The wizard cannot be used in this scenario, because it results in broken shortcuts being installed or bundled with the virtual application.
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