App-V User Registry is not loading on the first start

Jens2020 21 Reputation points


I´m new with App-V 5 and I have a sequenced application. We are using PowerShell to distribute the packages.

I publishing the application with the following command:

Add-AppvClientPackage -Path 'C:\temp\Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS eDrawings 2020 SP5\Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS eDrawings 2020 SP5.appv' -DynamicDeploymentConfiguration 'C:\temp\Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS eDrawings 2020 SP5\Dassault Systemes SOLIDWORKS eDrawings 2020 SP5_DeploymentConfig.xml' | Publish-AppvClientPackage -Global

When I click on the Shortcut in the Starmenu, the application is starting, but the user registry values where sequenced, are not loaded. I close then the application and remove the user registry values:


When I starting again the application, the sequenced registry values are loaded.

I´dont understand why it´s not loading on the first time.

When I starting only a cmd box, then there is also not loaded the registry values for the application. I have thinked, when the App-V package is loading, all user settings are also loaded, they have sequenced.

Any ideas for me?

Best regards!

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  1. Jenny Yan-MSFT 9,316 Reputation points

    Thanks for your posting and just a kind reminder, adding correct tag will help you to receive more timely assistance on the Q&A forum.

    1.How did you found the user data missing under registry key? Is there any error message received?

    2.Per my search, the first time that a package is run by any user on the OS, the complete registry staging occurs. It is at this time, delaying the app launch, which the pre-staged DAT file is read and a copy of its contents is placed under the key:
    This is a read-only copy used by the client.

    3.Below is a blog related to "User Registry Setting missing 06-0000000E" for your reference:

    Hope this helps and please help to accept as Answer if the response is useful.