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When distributing to our APP-V management server from AdminStudio there is a source location being created that contains a GUID like name.

Anyone know if there is a way to not have this happen, and just use the source location where the application was imported from?
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kmantagi
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Level 7 Flexeran
There is no option today to stop creating the folders with GUID like name while publishing an appv package to the App-V Management Server. An appv package would have some configuration files namely User Configuration file and Deployment Configuration file. These are xml files generally used for adding customization. AdminStudio puts appv package and all such dependent files at one place by creating GUID named folder, so it easily manageable.

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kmantagi
Level 7 Flexeran
Level 7 Flexeran
There is no option today to stop creating the folders with GUID like name while publishing an appv package to the App-V Management Server. An appv package would have some configuration files namely User Configuration file and Deployment Configuration file. These are xml files generally used for adding customization. AdminStudio puts appv package and all such dependent files at one place by creating GUID named folder, so it easily manageable.
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