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Hello everyone, recently the Beta 2 of MED-V was released, and we wanted to make sure everyone on this blog was aware of it. Originally announced on the MDOP blog, and the Windows for your Business Blogs, MED-V is an incredibly cool Desktop Virtualization technology that builds on System Center Configuration Manager. For situations where App-V does not resolve your application compatibility challenges, MED-V may in fact be a solution. App-V is an application to application compatibility solution, but may not remediate an app to OS issue. This is where MED-V becomes interesting. MED-V is a desktop virtualization technology that allows an app to be isolated from the host (Windows 7 ) OS. In addition, MED-V provides:
Some resources for you:
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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