- In Windows – click on the notification tray by the time.
- Double click on the Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) client
- You will be greeted with the Virtual Application Management dialog – press VIRTUAL APPS
- On the right hand side – under the progress bar select Repair
- This will start a Repair-AppvClientPackage script to repair & “redeploy” the application back to the user.
Note: The repair will not work if the application process is running. Make sure it is fully closed in the Windows task manager before attempting the repair.