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How to Enable Reporting on the App-V 5.0 Client using PowerShell

Updated: November 1, 2012

Applies To: Application Virtualization 5.0

Use the following procedure to configure the App-V 5.0 for reporting.

To configure the computer running the App-V 5.0 client for reporting

  1. Install the App-V 5.0 client. For more information about installing the client see How to Deploy the Client.

  2. After you have installed the App-V 5.0 client, use the Set-AppvClientConfiguration PowerShell to configure appropriate Reporting Configuration settings:

     

    Setting Description

    ReportingEnabled

    Enables the client to return information to a reporting server. This setting is required for the client to collect the reporting data on the client.

    ReportingServerURL

    Specifies the location on the reporting server where client information is saved. For example, http://<reportingservername>:<reportingportnumber>.

    noteNote
    This is the port number that was assigned during the Reporting Server setup

    Reporting Start Time

    This is set to schedule the client to automatically send the data to the server. This setting will indicate the hour at which the reporting data will start to send. It is in the 24 hour format and will take a number between 0-23.

    ReportingRandomDelay

    Specifies the maximum delay (in minutes) for data to be sent to the reporting server. When the scheduled task is started, the client generates a random delay between 0 and ReportingRandomDelay and will wait the specified duration before sending data.

    ReportingInterval

    Specifies the retry interval that the client will use to resend data to the reporting server.

    ReportingDataCacheLimit

    Specifies the maximum size in megabytes (MB) of the XML cache for storing reporting information. The size applies to the cache in memory. When the limit is reached, the log file will roll over.

    ReportingDataBlockSize

    Specifies the maximum size in megabytes (MB) of the XML cache for storing reporting information. The size applies to the cache in memory. When the limit is reached, the log file will roll over.

  3. After the appropriate settings have been configured, the computer running the App-V 5.0 client will automatically collect data and will send the data back to the reporting server.

    Additionally, administrators can manually send the data back in an on-demand manner using the Send-AppvClientReport PowerShell cmdlet.

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