One of my customers asked for a ‘self service tool’ for their users to remove Microsoft APP-V pkg files from their profiles. Because there’s no direct relation between the registry values and the location of the pkg files I had to be creative with a search within this script:
A small disclaimer: Powershell and scripting is not my day to day work so it’s possible that this script has a couple of flaws. I did a lot of copy/pasting from a couple of blogs and MS posts but feel free to use this script. It’s a draft version thus I can’t guarantee that this will work but in my test environment it does. If you have additional comments just drop a comment so I can optimize this script.
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