How to Edit an Existing Virtual Application Package
Updated: May 13, 2016
Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1 - Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 - Virtual Machine Manager
You must have the Server App-V Sequencer installed to modify a server virtual application package.
You can perform these tasks when you edit a virtual application package:
View package properties
View package change history
View associated package files
Edit registry settings
Review additional package settings (except operating system file properties)
Modify OSD file
Set virtualized registry key state (override or merge)
Set virtualized folder state
Edit virtual file system mappings
For more information about installing the App-V Sequencer, see How to Install the Server Application Virtualization Sequencer.
To edit an existing Server App-V package
To start the App-V Sequencer, on the computer that is running the App-V Sequencer, select Start / All Programs / Microsoft Application Virtualization / Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer.
In the App-V Sequencer, click Modify an Existing Virtual Application Package.
On the Select Task page, click Edit Package. Click Next.
On the Select Package page, click Browse and locate the server virtual application package (.sprj) that contains the application properties you want to modify. Click Edit.
When you have finished changing the package properties, to save the package, select File, and then click Save. For more information about the Sequencer Console and the associated controls see, Sequencer Console.
How to Sequence a New Server Application
How to Update an Existing Virtual Application Package
How to Perform Post-Sequencing Configuration
How to Save a Server Virtual Application Package
How to Deploy a Virtual Application Package for Testing