Microsoft App-V 5.0 allows applications to be streamed in real-time to any client from a virtual application server. With a streaming-based implementation, the App-V client needs to be installed on the client machines. Application packages are presented on the App-V server and then streamed to the endpoint cache. At the first application package launch request, the package is streamed to the endpoint. For any subsequent application launch requests made on that specific endpoint the application package will be run from the local App-V client cache.
By default, App-V 5.0 applications are inherently trusted, which means they will not fail the Trusted Ownership check. The Application Control Agent caches any published App-V 5.0 applications at session startup. If any application is published mid-session it will not pass Application Managers Trusted Ownership check until that user logs off and logs on again.
For current version support, see Ivanti Community > Application Control Maintained Platforms Matrix