THINSTALL_BIN: It specifies the location of the ThinApp utilities folder. You can find out more information about the THINSTALL_BIN environment variable in Chapter 1, Application Virtualization.
%TS_NO_FONTS%: Specifying the
%TS_NO_FONTS%environment variable will disable virtualized fonts. The environment variable's value is of no importance. Having a lot of virtualized fonts might slow down the performance of your package. Specifying
%TS_NO_FONTS%allows you to launch the package with no fonts. This way, you can easily compare performance with or without fonts included in the package.
With the help of an environment variable, you can override the sandbox location. Supported environment variables are
%SandboxName_SANDBOX_DIR%. These environment variables are discussed more in depth in the The sandbox section in Chapter 1, Application Virtualization.
%THINSTALL_CACHE_DIR%: You use this environment variable to override the
Package.iniparameter. For more information about the
CachePath, please see the Package.ini parameters section in this appendix.
%TS_OPTIONS%is created automatically by ThinApp runtime and only exists in the virtual environment. It points to the entry point.
%TS_ORIGIN%environment variable only exists within the virtual environment.
%TS_ORIGIN%points to the package's data container.
There is to my knowledge only one switch that the ThinApp runtime will listen to, and that is -ThinstallVersion. The ThinstallVersion switch will show you which ThinApp runtime version the package contains. All other switches added to a package will be passed through to the virtualized executable (the source of the entry point).