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ChaosEnvy
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VMware View and Thin App Install Error: Access Denied

I have created a streaming ThinApp package and have assigned the ThinApp to my virtual machine in the Vmware view manager.

After Assinging I get an Install Error listed under the Events Tab.

The error is as follows:

Failed to deliver Application to Desktop Grand_Prix-2, Error OpenPackage Error details. HRESULT hr = 0x80070005. Access is denied.

I can run the Application manual if I navigate to the network share where the ThinApps are stored, but I cannot get the install to work so that I have the shortcuts in place.

Any Ideas?

Thanks,


Big D

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mittim12
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Page 212 of the admin guide has some troubleshooting steps for package install failures.   Might be worth a look to see if it puts you on the right track .

http://www.vmware.com/pdf/view-46-administration.pdf

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ChaosEnvy
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Thank you for the suggestion, but the Admin guide offer little information to help.

Here are the relevant lines from the log:

13:10:00,384 INFO <PendingOperation-vm-5521> ThinAppMgmt: Status: FAILED Application c0d6d274-8c5f-46c3-91f0-ef01b3040f97 Operation INSTALL on VM: Grand_Prix-2

13:10:00,384 ERROR <PendingOperation-vm-5521> ThinAppMgmt: Error context: OpenPackageError details. HRESULT hr = 0x80070005. Access is denied.

Additional Information:

The user that the App is assigned to is a Domain Admin.

The Share that the thinapp is stored in, has read/execute permission to everyone, and Full Control to Domain Admins.

I don’t know if it makes a difference, but this is a CIFS share.

Also, I have changed the logon permissions for all View services to a domain account with access to all locations.

Thanks Again,

Big D

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ChaosEnvy
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I have solved the issue myself. It was caused because I was using a cifs share to store my apps.

Thanks,

Big D

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mittim12
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Thanks for sharing the solution to the problem. 

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admin
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What are you using instead now?

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ChaosEnvy
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A windows file server/share.

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jjlinton
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I am getting the same error.  I think I am running windows shares not CIFS.  IT is a 2008 R2 Files server and I have an SMB share.  Am I missing something to set this share up properly.

Share permissions are Everyone - Full Control, NTFS Permission - Domain Users - Full Control (I know this is bad but for testing I thought it best for now)

I attached a screen shot of the how the share shows up in my server.

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