How to Save a Server Virtual Application Package
Applies To: System Center 2012 SP1 - Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager, System Center 2012 - Virtual Machine Manager
Use the following procedures to save a server virtual application package.
Virtual application packages can contain sensitive information, for example usernames and passwords. You should always save virtual application packages in a secure location.
You must have the Server App-V Sequencer installed to open and save a server virtual application package. For more information about how to install the App-V Sequencer, see How to Install the Server Application Virtualization Sequencer.
To save a virtual application package
To start the Server App-V Sequencer, on the computer that is running Sequencer select, Start / All Programs / Microsoft Application Virtualization / Microsoft Application Virtualization Sequencer.
If you are saving a new virtual application package, go to step 3 of this procedure. To save an existing virtual application package, after you have made any required updates or modifications, select File / Save. To create a new version of an existing package, after you have made the necessary modifications select File, then click Save As and specify the directory where the virtual application package should be saved. If you do not want to overwrite the original version of the package, you must select Save As and specify a unique directory and file name for the updated version of the virtual application package.
If this is a new virtual application package, select File / Save and specify the directory where the virtual application package should be saved.
If the application connects to a Microsoft SQL database and creates databases, a SQL components folder will also be created in the package directory.
To close the Server App-V Sequencer, click File, and then click Exit.