Here’s one more article I found over on the TechNet Wiki that was written by Microsoft’s very own Steve Thomas. This one talks about some GPO settings that could potentially cause issues with MED-V features:
MED-V V2 leverages underlying VPC and RDP\RemoteApp technologies to facilitate support for URL, Print, and document redirection. In addition, a special BHO is used by the host browser to redirect URL’s configured for legacy guest browsing to the guest browser. There are certain group policies that could impact MED-V’s functionality and/or performance if they are configured. If you are encountering issues with MED-V, verify your applied GPO’s to determine the following…
To continue reading Steve’s article see http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/5127.aspx.
J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer
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