The MED-V Blog

The Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization blog.

July, 2009

  • How to Join a VM to a Domain?

    You can easily join your VM to a specific domain using the following steps: Note: VM has to be installed with Windows XP that has VLK (Volume License Key), Retail/MSDN/OEM Installations will not work. Step 1: SID creation This step is relevant when you...
  • Creating a MED-V Deployment Package

    You may run into problems trying to create a deployment package using Packing Wizard from the MED-V Management Console. The Packaging Wizard allows Administrators to provide end users with an installation deployment package that includes the MED-V Client...
  • Full guide to MED-V server settings

    This post describes how to install and configure MED-V server and IIS server (ver. 7.0) for Microsoft Server 2008. 1. Configuration of Internet Information Services (IIS) 1.1 IIS Installation Verify that the Host Server is logged onto the Domain Go to...
  • Jumping on the Facebook bandwagon

    I was looking around Facebook the other day and thought “Wow, there sure are a lot of companies out here, sharing information and whatnot” and then I thought hey, why not me too.  After all, if there’s another avenue that can be opened up that might...
  • MED-V tips for your Helpdesk Admins

    I recently had a great question from one of our customers on how to best allow helpdesk personnel to troubleshoot issues with MED-V applications.  No, this wasn’t necessarily what we refer to as a break/fix type issue with MED-V itself, but rather...
  • Recommendations for Workspace Image Preparation

    When preparing images for use in a MED-V environment, there are several recommendations that should help to streamline performance, further allow for seamless integration, allow for ease of domain-based management, and assist with troubleshooting should...