Applies to: Windows 10, version 1607
After you have deployed App-V for Windows 10, you can use the following information to maintain the App-V infrastructure.
Moving the App-V server
The App-V server connects to the App-V database, which means you can install the management component and connect it to the App-V database on any computer on the network. For more information, see How to move the App-V server to another computer.
Determine if an App-V application is running virtualized
Independent software vendors (ISV) who want to determine if an application is running virtualized with App-V should open a named object called AppVVirtual-<PID> in the default namespace (PID stands for process ID). To find the process ID of the process you're currently using, enter the Windows API GetCurrentProcessId().
For example, let's say the process ID is 4052. If you can successfully open a named Event object called AppVVirtual-4052 with the OpenEvent() API in the default read access namespace, then the application is virtual. If the OpenEvent() call fails, the application isn't virtual.
Additionally, ISVs who want to explicitly virtualize or not virtualize calls on specific APIs with App-V 5.1 and later can use the VirtualizeCurrentThread() and CurrentThreadIsVirtualized() functions implemented in the AppEntSubsystems32.dll module to hint to a downstream component whether the call should be virtualized or not.
Other resources for maintaining App-V