VMware App Volumes 2.19 | Dec 21 2021 | 188.8.131.52
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What is in the Release Notes
The VMware App Volumes 2.19 agent release has security updates and bug fixes and is intended to be used with the App Volumes 4 management console.
- For information about the VMware App Volumes 2.19 agent, see VMware App Volumes 2.19 Installation and Administration Guide.
- For information about the VMware App Volumes 4 App Volumes Manager, see VMware App Volumes Administration Guide.
All VMware App Volumes documentation including the deliverables mentioned here are available at VMware Docs.
Note: App Volumes 2.19 is considered ESB when it is managed using App Volumes 4, version 2111.
App Volumes documentation is available in English.
When a user logs in multiple times, the user profile appears to be removed after the second login though the user's profile file exists in the UIA+Profile Writable Volume. Some of the issues observed due to this issue are as follows: files on the desktop are missing and wallpaper is reset to the default setting. 
RestoreTiles.exe has stopped working error is displayed when logging into a Windows 10 1909 agent virtual machine with a UIA+Profile Writable Volume which was previously used in Windows 10 1809. As a result, some of the Windows store apps such as Calculator, Sticky Notes, and Maps do not work properly. 
When using Microsoft Outlook Cached Exchange Mode with a UIA-only type Writable Volume and no profile persistence solution such as VMware Dynamic Environment Manager or roaming profiles, a new .ost cache file is created in the user’s volume upon each login.
Workaround: Use a profile management solution.
When many users are logging into their desktops simultaneously, Writable Volumes may not get created for a few users and they might not be able to log in to a desktop.
Note: This issue does not occur if the users already have an existing Writable Volume.
Workaround: The users must log in again or have an administrator pre-create the Writable Volume for the user.
A Writable Volume move or copy operation may fail when bulk operations are performed on many volumes.
Workaround: Retry the move or copy operation.