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  • Blog Post: Recommended Anti-Virus exclusions for MED-V client/workspace installations

    The following article lists the A/V (Anti-Virus) exclusion maskings for files used by MED-V. In order to prevent antivirus activity from affecting the performance of the virtual desktop, it is recommended to exclude the following Virtual Machine file types from any antivirus or backup processing running...
  • Blog Post: Additional recommendations when using MED-V Workspaces configured for NAT Mode

    In working with MED-V and supporting MED-V, I have found that there are three major areas that can be affected when using NAT mode instead of Bridged Mode with persistent mode MED-V workspaces. - Application Icons not displaying properly (or being cached properly) - Single-Sign-on (SSO) either does not...
  • Blog Post: 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 an issue with the image arises. The purpose of...
  • Blog Post: Using Variables to Manage the Naming of your Persistent MED-V Workspaces

    Many organizations want to use variables to simplify the naming and manageability of MED-V workspaces. While regular operating system environment variables cannot be used inside the workspace policy, MED-V has variables that can be used for persistent workspaces. The workspace policy must use the VM...