The MED-V Blog

The Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization blog.

March, 2011

  • Known issues with MED-V 2.0

    Now that MED-V 2.0 is released we decided to publish a couple KB articles to give you a heads up on some issues we saw during the beta. Most of these are just FYIs and configuration related scenarios but if you’re rolling out Microsoft Enterprise Desktop...
  • MED-V Support for Internet Explorer 9

    Hi, I’m Dave Trupkin, Senior Product Manager for Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V). On behalf of the entire MED-V team, I’d like to congratulate the Internet Explorer team on the release of Internet Explorer 9. I’m...
  • MED-V 2.0 is now available!

    Today we announced the general availability of MDOP 2011, which includes among other things the long awaited MED-V 2.0!  So what’s new in this release?  Well, lots really.  According to Gavriella Schuster over on the Windows for your Business...
  • Why did TrimTransfer go away in MED-V v2?

    TrimTransfer, as well as revertible workspaces will not be available in version 2 of MED-V. With a host being Windows 7 and a Workspace being Windows XP, there is not much use for it. As you read more about the new features of MED-V v2, you will also...
  • Like our System Center blogs? Now you have an app for that

    Ever since Windows Phone 7 was launched late last year there’s been a growing buzz surrounding Microsoft’s new phone OS, and with the recent announcement that the Windows Phone Marketplace had surpassed 10,000 apps in those 4-5 months and was growing...