Table of contents

Enable the App-V in-box client

Maggie Evans|上次更新日期: 2016/8/19
1 投稿人

Applies to: Windows 10, version 1607

The App-V client is the component that runs virtualized applications on user devices. The client enables users to interact with icons and file names to start virtualized applications. The client can also get virtual application content from the management server.

With Windows 10, version 1607, the App-V client is installed automatically. You need to enable the client to allow user devices to access and run virtual applications. You can enable the client with the Group Policy editor or with Windows PowerShell.

To enable the App-V client with Group Policy:

  1. Open the device’s Group Policy Editor.

  2. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > App-V.

  3. Run Enables App-V Client and then select Enabled on the screen that appears.

  4. Restart the device.

To enable the App-V client with Windows PowerShell:

  1. Open Windows PowerShell.

  2. Type Enable-Appv and press ENTER.

  3. Restart the device.

  4. To verify that the App-V client is enabled on the device, type Get-AppvStatus and press ENTER.

For information about configuring the App-V client, see:

Have a suggestion for App-V?

Add or vote on suggestions here. For App-V issues, use the App-V TechNet Forum.

© 2017 Microsoft