App-V 5 Error Summary

Here is a list of various App-V 5 errors and the solution if I found one.

0x6380022A-0x5The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Registry’ could not be initialized.

Error Solution Screenshot
The Application Failed to launch.This may be due to a network failure.
Error code: 0x8ED0052a-000000057
Start the application as an administrator.- Publish the package for the user. image
Failed to start due to Registry Staging subsystem failure . Error 0x8ED0052A-0x57 image
Add-AppvClientPackage : The system cannot find the path specified Create a new user profile image
Add-AppvClientPackage : The operation failed because it conflicted with another progress operation. 0200000511 image
XML document could not be loaded because it is invalid. Please supply a valid XML document. Error code 05009000A Change al the XML tags in the XML file to start with a capital. Lower case tags are not allowed.Check the XML file with a XML editor for any errors.  29-10-2013 10-08-12
Application Virtualization Service Failed to complete the requested operation. Error code 0xC00CEE38DOM Error: 0xC00CEE3B Check the XML file for inconsistency. In my case I missed the   tag.Check the EventLog: Applications and Services Log\Microsoft\AppV
\Client\Admin for the correct line.
 29-10-2013 09-36-31
Application Virtualization Service Failed to complete the requested operation. AppV error code 0480070002 internal error 4FC0140480070002
0x4FC01404-0x8007002
– Edit the package using the sequencer and add a (dummy) shortcut. Save the package. Adding a shortcut to the XML file manually does not work.- Use the English version of the App-V Sequencer instead of a sequencer with a language pack.Check if the uncommented parts of the XML file is scrambled. 4-11-2013 11-03-20
Application Virtualization Service failed to complete the requested operation. Syntax error 8DC01D250000007B Open the Deployment XML file and check for “strange” shortcuts. In my case it was a shortcut starting with [{Start Menu}]\[{Common Programs}]  12
The Application Failed to launch. This may be due to a network failure.
Error code: 0x86D00606-00000000E
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A conflict was detected in the configuration settings for Virtual Object exclusions in virtual application connection group *GUID*. The virtual application could not be started. Verify that the settings are correct and try again. Resequence the package and try again.
Process *number* failed to start due to Virtual Objects subsystem failure. Package ID *GUID*. Version ID *VERSION*. Error: 0x5220110A-0x40006 Resequence the package and try again.
The package *GUID* version *VERSION* could not be mounted because the network connection has been lost or is unavailable.  Check your network connection and try again.
Error code: 0x41E04304-00000028  1
Error code: 0x0FD01525-00000005  2
Error code: 0x0DF02625-000008AD  3
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Environment’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x8AD00B2A-0x8007054F}
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Objects’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x48B0080A-0x40007}
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual COM’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x44F0232A-0x8007054F}
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Shell’ could not be initialized. {error: 0xC701525-0x54F}
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Filesystem’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x6740080A-0x20002}
The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Registry Staging’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x78A00A0A-0xA0005}
Random application fail Verify that the volume of the package root is correct  HKLM\Software\Microsoft\AppV\

MAV\Configuration\Packages\*GUID*1

1332 (0x534) No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.  Log on with a domain account
0200000506
0DF0162500000534 No mapping between account names and security IDs was done Publish the package global
Random application fail Verify that the volume of the package root is correct  HKLM\Software\Microsoft\AppV\

MAV\Configuration\Packages\*GUID*1

1332 (0x534) No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.  Log on with a domain account
0200000506
070000000B RefreshPublishingServerError,Microsoft.

AppV.AppvClientPowerShell.

SyncAppvPublishingSer

Add a domain account to the Windows Credential Manager if you are using systems in a workgroup.

Use the correct FQDN (same as Publishing Server).

0x74F00F0C Package failed Ensure that the user has read access on the App-V content store.
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4 Responses to App-V 5 Error Summary

  1. Franck says:

    Hello,

    We have the following error :

    Failed to start due to Registry Staging subsystem failure . Error 0x8ED0052A-0×57

    do u have a solution to solve that issue ?

    Thanks for your help.

    Best regards.

  2. Josh Smith says:

    Here’s another one we can put in the list that I’m trying to figure out. This appears to happen randomly, which causes all app-v packages to not launch. Currently, our only method of repairing this is to rebuild the user profile.

    The virtual application ‘*executable path and name*’ could not be started because the App-V Subsystem ‘Virtual Registry’ could not be initialized. {error: 0x6380022A-0x5}

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