Publish-AppvClientPackage

Mis à jour: décembre 2014

S'applique à: Application Virtualization 5.0, Application Virtualization 5.0 SP1, Application Virtualization 5.0 SP2, Application Virtualization 5.0 SP3

Publish-AppvClientPackage

Publishes the App-V package so that it is available to a user or a computer.

Syntaxe

Parameter Set: ByGuid
Publish-AppvClientPackage [-PackageId] <Guid> [-VersionId] <Guid> [[-DynamicUserConfigurationPath] <String> ] [-DynamicUserConfigurationType <DynamicUserConfiguration> {UseDeploymentConfiguration | UseExistingConfiguration | UseNoConfiguration} ] [-Global] [-UserSID <System.String> ] [ <CommonParameters>]

Parameter Set: ByName
Publish-AppvClientPackage [-Name] <String> [[-Version] <String> ] [-DynamicUserConfigurationPath <String> ] [-DynamicUserConfigurationType <DynamicUserConfiguration> {UseDeploymentConfiguration | UseExistingConfiguration | UseNoConfiguration} ] [-Global] [-UserSID <System.String> ] [ <CommonParameters>]

Parameter Set: ByPackage
Publish-AppvClientPackage [-Package] <AppvClientPackage> [[-DynamicUserConfigurationPath] <String> ] [-DynamicUserConfigurationType <DynamicUserConfiguration> {UseDeploymentConfiguration | UseExistingConfiguration | UseNoConfiguration} ] [-Global] [-UserSID <System.String> ] [ <CommonParameters>]




Description détaillée

The Publish-AppvClientPackage cmdlet publishes the appropriate extension points of a set of Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) packages. Examples of common extension points include shortcuts and FTAs. You can publish the package to the current user or to all users that log into the targeted computer. You can also provide a Dynamic User Configuration file for the package.

Paramètres

-DynamicUserConfigurationPath<String>

Specifies the path to a Dynamic User configuration file for the specified App-V package to be added. The cmdlet uses the Dynamic User Configuration file to override the default behavior provided in the user section of the package manifest or the Dynamic Deployment Configuration.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

false

Position ?

2

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-DynamicUserConfigurationType<DynamicUserConfiguration>

Specifies what should be done in the absence of a defined dynamic user configuration file. Valid values are:

-- UseDeploymentConfiguration. The package uses the user configuration portion of deployment configuration.
-- UseNoConfiguration. Clear any previous configuration and use settings from the manifest.
-- UseExistingConfiguration. Make no changes to the configuration and use the last published configuration.

If you do not specify this parameter, this cmdlet uses UseExistingConfiguration if the package is already published or UseDeploymentConfiguration if it is not.

Use this parameter only during user publishing. It is not valid for global publish.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

false

Position ?

named

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-Global

Indicates that the provided package is published to all users that log into the targeted computer. Otherwise, the packages are only published to the currently running user.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

false

Position ?

named

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-Name<String>

Specifies the name of the package given when it was sequenced. This value is obtained from the package manifest.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

true

Position ?

1

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-Package<AppvClientPackage>

Not Specified


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

true

Position ?

1

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

True (ByValue)

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-PackageId<Guid>

Specifies a GUID that identifies the package. The information can be found in the package manifest or by opening the package in the App-V sequencer. The package ID is shared by all versions of a package.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

true

Position ?

1

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-UserSID<System.String>

Specifies the SID of the intended user, in the form of S-1-2-34-56789012-3456789012-345678901-2345. This parameter requires elevated rights to run.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

false

Position ?

named

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-Version<String>

Specifies the version of an App-V package in a lineage. If you do not specify this parameter, the cmdlet operates on the latest of the package on the computer running the App-V client.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

false

Position ?

2

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

-VersionId<Guid>

Specifies a GUID that differentiates a package version from other versions. If you do not specify this parameter, the cmdlet operateson the latest version of the package.


Alias

none

Obligatoire ?

true

Position ?

2

Valeur par défaut

none

Accepter l’entrée de pipeline ?

false

Accepter les caractères génériques ?

false

<CommonParameters>

Cette applet de commande prend en charge les paramètres courants : -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -OutBuffer et -OutVariable. Pour plus d’informations, consultez about_CommonParameters (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216).

Entrées

Le type d’entrée correspond au type des objets que vous pouvez transmettre à l’applet de commande.

  • Microsoft.AppvAgent.AppvClientPackage

Sorties

Le type de sortie est le type des objets émis par l’applet de commande.

Exemples

Example 1: Publish a version of a package to all users

This command publishes version 1 of the package named MyApp to all users on the computer and applies the Dynamic User Configuration policy file.


PS C:\> Publish-AppvClientPackage -Name "MyApp" -Version 1 -Global -DynamicUserConfiguration "C:\content\policies\MyApp.policy"

Example 2: Publish a version of a package to a user

This command publishes version 1 of the package named "MyApp" to the user and applies the Dynamic User Configuration policy file.


PS C:\> Publish-AppvClientPackage -Name "MyApp" -Version 1 -UserPolicy "C:\content\policies\MyAppConfiguration.xml"

Example 3: Publish the latest version of a package to all users

This command publishes the package named MyApp to all users on the computer.


PS C:\> Publish-AppvClientPackage -Name "MyApp" -Global

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