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MED-V v2: Differences between Shared and Separate Workspaces
Steve TH - MSFT
When you package a workspace in MED-V, you will need to determine if this workspace will be deployed to a machine where multiple users will be logging on or a single user. If you will be dealing with multiple users, you have two options for deploying the workspace as outlined in the following article...
7 Sep 2011
TechNet Wiki: How to create a Workspace Package on MED-V 2.0
Here’s another article written by Microsoft Partner and MVP Leandro E. Carvalho that’s over in the TechNet Wiki. This one walks you through creating a new Workspace Package using Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization 2.0: Before users begin to use the old applications you need to create a package...
7 Apr 2011
MED-V: The Importance of Setting the UpdateServerProfileDirectory value in the SYSPREP.INF file
By default, the automatic copying of customizations from the Administrator profile to the default user profile will not occur with SYSPREP if using Windows XP SP2 (with Hotfix 887816) or Windows XP SP3. This is discussed in the following article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/959753 To avoid the problems...
6 Jan 2011
A More Granular Approach to Troubleshooting First-Time Setup of Workspaces in MED-V 1.0
I get this question all of the time: ”Is there a more streamlined way on troubleshooting the first-time setup? It is such a pain in the neck to have to wait and re-download an image just to test one simple command or piece of syntax!” The answer is “Yes” – but with a very important caveat - it...
5 Jan 2011
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...
20 Oct 2010
New Solution: A MED-V based Virtual Machine may periodically lose network connectivity
Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) Workspaces may periodically lose network connectivity due to one or more of the following reasons: 1.) Failure to retrieve an IP address via DHCP. 2.) DHCP Client loses current IP Address lease. 3.) Static IP address "disappears." This can...
13 Sep 2010
Behavior of Expired MED-V Workspaces Explained
If a user is attempting to start a MED-V Workspace and the user receives a message stating that there are no workspaces available, or they see list of workspaces and the one intended for the user is not available, this is usually because of one of the following reasons: · The workspace has not been enabled...
26 Jul 2010
MED-V Solution: Error When Starting Workspace: "Reply Message Didn't Arrive on Time"
When you attempt to start a deployed workspace from a MED-V client or test a MED-V workspace using a test image, you may get the following error: "Failed to start Workspace '<workspaceName>" Details show: "Unexpected error when trying to verify Workspace prerequisites. Internal error:...
28 Jan 2010
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