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HELP

jamiejdt|Last Updated: 6/16/2016
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Displays information about the various SFTMIME commands that can be used in Application Virtualization (App-V).

HELP

SFTMIME [/? | /HELP [VERB:<verb>]]

ParameterDescription

/?, /HELP

Displays usage information.

verb

The command to run, such as ADD, REFRESH, HELP or REMOVE.

object

What the command applies to, such as APP:"Default Application."

parameters

Optional parameters for the specified verb and object.

/LOG

Log output to the specified path name.

/CONSOLE

Displays output in the active console window (default).

/GUI

Displays errors in a dialog box (not valid for queries).

For version 4.6, the following option has been added.

/LOGU

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

The verbs described in the following table are supported.

ADD

Adds a new application, package, file type association, or publishing server to the App-V Client.

CONFIGURE

Changes the configuration of an application, a package, a file type association, or a publishing server.

DELETE

Removes applications, packages, file type associations, or servers.

LOAD

Loads a package into the file system cache.

REPAIR

Resets your personal settings for an application.

REFRESH

Triggers a publishing server refresh.

PUBLISH

Publishes an application shortcut to the user's Start menu, desktop, or other specified location, or can be used to publish the contents of an entire package.

UNPUBLISH

Removes the shortcuts and file types for an entire package.

QUERY

Gets a current list of applications, packages, file type associations, or publishing servers.

CLEAR

Removes your personal settings and desktop configurations for one or more applications.

UNLOAD

Unloads a package from the file system cache.

LOCK

Locks the application specified in the file system cache.

UNLOCK

Unlocks the application specified in the file system cache.

For more information about the preceding actions, use the following command:

SFTMIME /HELP VERB:verb

For example, the following command will display information for the ADD verb:

SFTMIME /HELP VERB:ADD

SFTMIME Command Reference

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