Install the App-V Sequencer
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
Use the App-V Sequencer to convert Win32 applications into virtual packages for deployment to user devices. Those devices must be running the App-V client to allow users to interact with virtual applications.
The App-V Sequencer is included in the Windows client Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK).
The computer that will run the sequencer must not have the App-V client enabled. As a best practice, choose a computer with the same hardware and software configurations as the computers that will run the virtual applications. The sequencing process is resource-intensive, so make sure the computer that will run the Sequencer has plenty of memory, a fast processor, and a fast hard drive.
How to install the App-V Sequencer
Go to Download the Windows ADK.
Select the Get Windows ADK for Windows 10 button on the page to start the ADK installer. Make sure that Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Sequencer is selected during the installation.
To open the Sequencer, go to the Start menu and select Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) Sequencer.
Command-line options for installing the sequencer
You can also use the command line to install the App-V sequencer. The following list displays information about options for installing the sequencer using the command line and appv_sequencer_setup.exe:
|Specifies the installation directory.
|Specifies where the installation log will be saved. The default location is %Temp%. For example, C:\Logs\log.log.
|Specifies a quiet or silent installation.
|Specifies the removal of the sequencer.
|Accepts the license agreement. This is required for an unattended installation. For example, /ACCEPTEULA or /ACCEPTEULA=1.
|Specifies the associated layout action. It also extracts the Windows Installer (.msi) and script files to a folder without installing App-V. No value is expected.
|Specifies the layout directory. Requires a string value. For example, /LAYOUTDIR=”C:\Application Virtualization Client”.
|/? or /h or /help
|Displays associated help.
To troubleshoot the App-V sequencer installation
For more information regarding the sequencer installation, you can view the error log in the %temp% folder. To review the log files, click Start, type %temp%, and then look for the appv_ log.