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UNPUBLISH PACKAGE

Applies To: Application Virtualization

Enables you to remove the shortcuts and file types for an entire package.

SFTMIME UNPUBLISH PACKAGE:package-name [/CLEAR] [/GLOBAL] [/LOG log-pathname | /CONSOLE | /GUI]

 

Parameter Description

PACKAGE:<package-name>

The name of the package.

/CLEAR

If present, user settings will also be removed. (For more information, see the Important note later in this topic.)

/GLOBAL

If present, the package will be unpublished for all users on this computer.

/LOG

If specified, output is logged to the specified path name.

/CONSOLE

If specified, output is presented in the active console window (default).

/GUI

If specified, output is presented in a Windows dialog box.

For version 4.6, the following option has been added.

 

/LOGU

If specified, output is logged to the specified path name in UNICODE format.

ImportantImportant
  • Before you can run the UNPUBLISH PACKAGE command, the package must already have been added to the Application Virtualization Client.

  • To use GLOBAL , UNPUBLISH PACKAGE must be run as local Administrator; otherwise, only ClearApp permission is needed.

  • Using UNPUBLISH PACKAGE with GLOBAL removes any global file types and shortcuts for the package. CLEAR is not applicable.

  • Using UNPUBLISH PACKAGE without GLOBAL removes the user shortcuts and file types for the package and, if CLEAR is set, also removes user settings and stops background loads under the user’s context.

  • UNPUBLISH PACKAGE works on applications from the same package name or GUID that was used as the source ID for ADD , EDIT , and PUBLISH PACKAGE .

  • UNPUBLISH PACKAGE always clears all the user settings, shortcuts, and file types regardless of the use of the /CLEAR switch.

See Also

Other Resources

SFTMIME Command Reference

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