Sat Aug 08 2020 06:54:43 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time) <8496> — event — errorMessage: C:Program Files (MicrosoftTeamscurrentresourceselectron.asarrendererinit.js: line 177: Unable to load preload script: C:Program Files (MicrosoftTeamscurrentresourcesapp.asarlibrendererpreload.js, status: success, scenario: f71b3c52-842d-4257-86dc-fe40519ac0a1, scenarioName: desktop_web_console_error_log, name:
I then learned that if I log in without any AppStacks, and have Teams working fine then attach an AppStack immediately. Once I close Teams, I can see the file change attributes, become a folder with an updated timestamp, and Teams will fail to launch the next time I try, so I narrowed it down to something with AppVolumes.
In the AppVolume logs, I can see that something is triggering a Teams update, which I have a feeling is what is breaking the App, but right now, I don’t know what’s triggering it. Also, since this is the machine install, that directory is blank, so it’s no technically executing anything.
[2020-08-08 11:30:57.965 UTC] [svservice:P1728:T8552] RunKey: Failed to get file attributes “C:Users******AppDataLocalMicrosoftTeamsUpdate.exe –processStart Teams.exe –process-start-args –system-initiated ” – 3
We’re on version 184.108.40.206 of AppVolumes, I’ll be getting a ticket into VMware first thing Monday morning, and will update this post with whatever they give me. If anyone’s come across this before, and has any information, that’ll be great!