Symantec Workspace Streaming 6.1 SP6 known issues

Article:DOC2968  |  Created: 2010-09-20  |  Updated: 2010-09-30  |  Article URL
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You receive an error message while trying to stream an upgrade package in a 64-bit OS that was created in Wise Virtual Composer 6.1 SP4. Recompile the upgrade package with Wise Virtual Composer 6.1 SP6. Recompiling adds an updated checkapp.bat file that enables the package to be streamed.
32-bit applications packaged on a 64-bit computer are not displayed in the portal on a 32-bit computer. Recompile the 32-bit application on a 32-bit computer.
Adding a Data Access component to a Front End server can cause the Front End server to stop working if the installation source is unavailable. Installation files are extracted to %temp%\DISK1. Make sure this folder is available before you add components.

If you remove this folder and then later attempt to add a Data Access component to the Front End server, if the files are not found a rollback can occur which might cause your Front End server to stop working.

After upgrading Microsoft Outlook 2007 a duplicate shortcut might be displayed in the Streaming App Manager. This is caused when Outlook add an additional shortcut to the quick launch bar after creating its database and does not affect functionality.
You receive a “no user groups found” message while searching from the Manager User Group page for cyclic groups and users after upgrading your server from 6.1 SP4 to 6.1 SP6. Restart the Streamlet Engine service or restart the computer.
With IE 7 installed, after deleting a package from the Streaming Agent cache on Windows 64-bit you must restart the computer before you can re-stream the same package. Upgrade to IE 8 or restart the computer after deleting the package from cache if you want to stream the application again.

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