About Using the Sequencer Command Line
Updated: December 1, 2008
Applies To: Application Virtualization
You can use the command line to create sequenced application packages. Using the command line to create virtual applications is useful in the following scenarios:
You need to create a large number of sequenced application packages.
You need to create a sequenced application package on a recurring basis.
|Sequencing at the command prompt allows for default sequencing only. If you need to change default sequencing parameters, you must either manually modify a sequenced application package or re-sequence the application.|
All subsequent modifications to existing sequenced application packages must be made using the sequencing wizard.
To sequence an application by using the command prompt, the following conditions must be met:
The application that is about to be sequenced must not require changes or workarounds made to it outside the installer or Windows Installer package.
Before sequencing, you must prepare a list of batch files for creating the sequenced application packages.
Review For more information about the command line parameters, see Command-Line Parameters.
Review the errors that might be displayed when creating a sequenced application package by using the command line. For more information, see these errors, see Command-Line Errors.
Other ResourcesHow to Manage Virtual Applications Using the Command Line
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