Failure in load or install of MSI Package rolls back Add or Remove Programs but doesn't remove package shortcuts

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When the installation of an Application Virtualization .MSI package fails, or the package fails to load, the program will be removed from Add or Remove Programs but the short cuts will not be removed from the Applications node of the Application Virtualization Client MMC and the published location, such as the desktop or Start Menu.
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To remove the icons from the user's profile, use SFTMIME from a command prompt:

Sftmime DELETE app:"<application name>"

 

This command must be executed for each icon to be removed.
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Article ID: 961097 - Last Review: 01/14/2015 10:13:35 - Revision: 1.0

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