GLADIATOR@MSFT

Adventures in Desktop, Application, and User State Virtualization

Browse by Tags

Related Posts
  • Blog Post: Are you still Using MED-V? If so, do NOT install this update

    If you are currently still running MED-V 2.0, be very aware of a known issue. If you install the RDP/RDC 8.1 update for Windows 7 SP1, you may notice after installing the update, you are seeing application crashes of the MED-V Workspace. This update is labeled KB2830477. It was originally released last...
  • Blog Post: Holy Massive Cloud Software/Resource Release Batman!!

    So, Microsoft had a bunch of new releases this week! Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, a Bing Facelift. With all that has been going on in the past couple of weeks, it easy to miss something. For those of us who live in the world of virtualization and cloud, some additional (very handy) software and...
  • Blog Post: MED-V: More Detail on Full-Screen vs. Seamless Mode

    I recently had a customer inquire further as to how the mechanics differ between all of the application modes in MED-V. I would have thought this far into the life cycle of MED-V that I had gone into enough detail on the subject. Turns out, while the article I wrote on TechNet a couple of years […...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting MED-V V2 Workspace Authentication

    One feature introduced into MED-V v2 is the option to allow a seamless authentication experience for the user if desired. While MED-V v1 allowed for the synchronization of the MED-V Client credentials with the user account inside the MED-V guest workspace operation system, some users wanted a more seamless...