A. An application in the App-V Manager is really present in three places:
- Its actual application content is stored in the App-V content share.
- The package containing the virtualized application.
- The entry in the Applications node.
You need to remove it from all three places, and you need to do it in the opposite of the order shown above.
- Navigate to the Applications node in the Application Virtualization Management Console and delete the application.
- Navigate to the Packages node and delete the package containing the application.
- Open Explorer and navigate to the content share. The default location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft System Center App Virt Management Server\App Virt Management Server\content. Delete the folder for the virtualized application you've removed.
As a final step, ideally you'd remove the application from your local computers' caches, but you'd need to do this using a script—it's not possible using the App-V management console.