Weekly Tip 74

Enabling App-V/UE-V in Windows 10 1607 (Anniversary Update)

App-V and UE-V are builtin to Windows 10 1607 Enterprise. There’s no need to install a separate client now. I tried setting it up in a base image this week, and had a little trouble with it. I didn’t realize that you would have to enable it first. To do so, run the command for the particular client from an elevated PowerShell prompt:

enable-appv

OR

enable-uev

After that, the clients are enabled and ready to go.

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