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Query what Configuration XML was applied to a package

If you apply a DynamicDeploymentConfigution XML File, or a DynamicUserConfiguration XML to an AppV package, it's impossible to tell if - and what config files were applied to the package.

I'd like to see an option added to the powershell cmdlets to tell if - and what config.xml was applied to an AppV package.

The User- and Deployment configuration files that were applied could be added to the Get-AppVClientPackage output.

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      • Roy Essers commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is already possible:
        (Get-AppvClientPackage *packagename*).GetDynamicDeploymentConfigurationPath()
        or
        (Get-AppvClientPackage *packagename*).GetDynamicUserConfigurationPath(0)

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