You can use the 32-bit or the 64-bit PowerShell console to run the App Volumes Application Capture Command-Line Program. This section lists the PowerShell cmdlets that can be used to run the program.
The following table lists the cmdlets and tasks accomplished using these cmdlets. Some of these cmdlets have multiple parameters. For more information about the cmdlets, use get-help <cmdlet_name> on the PowerShell console.
|ConvertTo-AVVhdDisk||Converts a .vmdk format file to a .vhd format file.|
|ConvertTo-AVVmdkDisk||Converts a .vhd format file to a .vmdk format file.|
|Export-AVMetadata||Exports the metadata associated with the .vhd or .vmdk file.|
|Reset-AVConfig||Resets the configuration information stored on the machine.
Start-AVAppCapture and Start-AVAppUpdate stores some configuration information on the machine as part of their workflow.
|Reset-AVTask||Cancels a running capture or update session started with Start-AVAppCapture and Start-AVAppUpdate respectively.
Note: The machine automatically reboots after the session is cancelled.
|Reset-AVTest||Cancels the test session started with Start-AVTest.|
|Resume-AVTask||If NoAuto switch is specified with Start-AVAppCapture, Start-AVAppUpdate, or Stop-AVTask, then the command-line capture program does not restart automatically after a machine reboot. To manually continue the program, this cmdlet must be used.|
|Show-AVDiskDetails||Displays the application and disk details of the given file (.vhd, .vmdk, or .json).|
|Start-AVAppCapture||Captures an application into a .vhd file.|
|Start-AVAppUpdate||Updates a previously captured (using Start-AVAppCapture) application.|
|Start-AVTest||Attaches the application package (.vhd) and enables application bundles for user guided testing.|
|Stop-AVTask||Finish and finalize a session started with either Start-AVAppCapture or Start-AVAppUpdate.|
|Stop-AVTest||Finish the test session initiated with Start-AVTest.|