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Actueel Nieuws Agenda Thema's Over ons Over Platani Partners Contact contact twitter App-V Remote Management 02 mei 2011 om 14:10 Wouter Arts General Again a blog about App-V and this time the subject is remote management of an App-V infrastructure. When I say remote management of an App-V infrastructure I mean the App-V Management Console component from the App-V server installation is installed on a workstation. First of all, App-V Remote Management can be quite delicate because of the double-hop authentication between the machine https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/mdop/appv-v4/how-to-connect-to-an-application-virtualization-system on which the Management Console is installed, the App-V server and the SQL Database serverhosting the APPVIRT database. To visualize the double-hop authentication I created the following image: I would like to reference to a great blog written by J.C.Hornbeck from Microsoft about Remote Management of App-V: http://blogs.technet.com/b/appv/archive/2009/04/21/app-v-4-5-remote-console-configuration-guide.aspx In the mentioned article all of the most http://www.platani.nl/app-v-remote-management-2 common steps to get remote management of App-V going are described in great detail and you are good to go. But? in my case it wasn't and I got an error saying: Unable to log into the Application Virtualization System. The specified user is not authorized to administer this system. Error code: 0000C803 Other than the 000C803 error I have also seen the 000C801 and 000C800 errors. In this case we are using Windows 7 x64 Service Pack 1 as a workstation its also common to use a dedicated management server in your infrastructure from which you manage your infrastructure components like Active Directory, Exchange, App-V etc. In this scenario we are using 6 App-V servers devided over various sites. Alle the servers return the same error code. Because of our Partner Relationship with Microsoft we are entitled to open support cases to resolve technical issues and so I did. I started with App-V support from Microsoft in the Netherlands and they pointed out the blog from J.C.
Ben Installing http://esense.be/33/2009/06/14/app-v-management-server-install-issues/ App-V Management Server 4.5 on Windows Server 2008 x64. With SQL Express 2005 as the database. Issues: #1 Error 25120. The installation program was unable to create the required IIS virtual directory. Solution: Install Role Service ‘IIS application virtualization 6 Management Compatibility' -> IIS 6 Management Console (I checked all, but not sure all the II6 tools are necessary). #2 Connecting to Application Virtualization Systems (using the App-V console), error: Unable to log into the Application application virtualization error Virtualization System. App-V Error code 0000c801 Unable to log into the Application Virtualization System, Invalid user name or password, Error code: 0000C801 Solution: Install ‘Windows Authentication' Role to IIS. IIS7 Windows Authentication This entry was posted in Softgrid and tagged App-V, Install, Installation, Softgrid, SQL Express 2005, Windows Server 2008 by Ben. Bookmark the permalink. 2 thoughts on “App-V Management Server install issues” René on November 9, 2012 at 10:32 said: Thanks, that was the solution. 😉 -rene Karan on May 22, 2013 at 14:15 said: I had exactly these two issues one after the another, thanks for posting this! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Proudly powered by WordPress