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MED-V Host Agent Setup fails with “MED-V Host Agent requires Windows Virtual PC 7 version 6.1.7600 or higher”
Hi everyone, Mark Stanfill here and today I wanted to take a minute to quickly tell you about an issue I recently ran into where the MED-V Host Agent Setup (MED-V 2.0 Host Agent) fails with the following error message: MED-V Host Agent Setup MED-V Host Agent requires Windows Virtual PC 7 version 6.1...
19 Jan 2012
MED-V v2: Error Installing the MED-V Host Agent when the MED-V v1 Client is Already Installed
If you attempt to install the MED-V v2 Host Agent while the MED-V v1 client is installed and a MED-V v1 workspace is currently running, you will get the following error message: The MED-V ToGo USB drive was not properly ejected. This may result in loss of unsaved data. You should exit MED-V from...
5 May 2011
An important note regarding the deployment of MED-V 2.0 when Windows 7 SP1 is already installed
When installing the MED-V 2.0 Host Agent, you must first deploy the Virtual PC components. If you have not installed Windows 7 Service pack 1, the requirements are straight forward: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg548583.aspx The Virtual PC Engine can be downloaded and installed here: http...
5 May 2011
"Last Restart" component in the MED-V virtual machine setup script is not needed and will increase workspace first time setup time
When configuring Script Actions for the Virtual Machine first-time setup in the MED-V management console, it is important not to add in an additional "Restart Windows" action at the end as it is not necessary. The first-time setup will always reboot the guest at the end of the last script action. ...
27 Jan 2010
How to configure an Image Repository using IIS
The following post describes how to configure an image repository using IIS. An image repository is an optional server that is used for image distribution (where administrators upload new images and client computers check the server every 15 minutes and update their image if a new one is available...
23 Jun 2009
Uninstallation of MED-V component does not remove all configuration files
After uninstalling and reinstalling Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization, you may notice one of more of the following symptoms: Errors relating to previous corruption in configuration remain. Old Policies remain. Errors reading the XML configuration such as: Service cannot be started...
13 May 2009
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