I released the Citrix Application Streaming (XenAppStreaming) Converter with source code on GitHub
AppBot CtxStr2AppV version 1.4 of our free conversion tool for Citrix Application Streaming packages to App-V is released.
AppBot is a tool created to transform Citrix Streaming Profiler Applications to Microsoft App-V 5. Additionally, the application creates Microsoft installer files for every application. This way, you can decide if you would like to install an MSI for your old Streaming Profler application (sccm, matrix 42 or so) or an App-V 5 package. The originally installed platform can transformed as well. For example, a Streaming Profiler application of Windows Server 2003 may be adapted to Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012. If you select Windows XP and Server 2003 in the Streaming Profiler, the complete file system as well as all registry keys and shortcuts are rewritten.
AND we have decided to offer this tool as "free to use" Tool in 2014! AND I have to say it again, with the Citrix Application Profiler and this tool, you can also build free (and fast) MSI packages! Maybe for a analyse with Citrix AppDna or for a distribution.
You can buy support and consulting for your migration project, if you like!
# With a support package, we help you in adapting the configuration to suit your environment
# Furthermore, the support allows the further development of the software
# You can open support tickets for your questions and problems with the AppBot.
Consulting (only in DACH)
# We help you in your migration and App-V projects onsite or remote
# We consult in your XenApp, XenDesktop, AppV, SCCM and AppDNA projects
# We migrate your software packages to App-V and MSI
#We create also new App-V and MSI packages without the AppBot
#Support for App-V 5 SP3
# Fix GUI bug
#Fix version bugs
Some links to AppBot
Here are some application profiler test packages for the AppBot (100% working...
There is no Trial version. You can download 1.4 after registering. This only works with 5.0 SP3. The new version 2.0 is only used internally in our own projects.