MED-V: Troubleshooting Application Publishing in V2.

MED-V builds on top of the RAIL (Remote Applications Installed locally) model that is also in Virtual PC for Windows 7 and Windows XP Mode for Windows 7. Unlike XP Mode or Virtual PC (which put the applications in a specific Start menu Folder) MED-V V2 will scan the All Users Start Menu in the…

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GPO Settings That Could Potentially Cause Issues with MED-V Features

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,…

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test Blog post

Oh, good. For some reason I thought it wouldbe harder because that whole feature seems messed up.   Picture from Craig:   In Telligent:

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MEDVHost.EXE Command Line Options

Here’s another great article I found over on the TechNet Wiki that was written by Microsoft’s very own Steve Thomas. This one goes through and explains the various MEDVHost.EXE command line options such as exit, FullScreen, RebootVM, toolkit and others: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/5093.aspx. J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer App-V Team blog: http://blogs.technet.com/appv/ AVIcode Team blog:…

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The Case of the Installer Service Error

This case unfolds with a network administrator charged with the rollout of the Microsoft Windows Intune client software on their network. Windows Intune is a cloud service that manages systems on a corporate network, keeping their software up to date…(read more)

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Ramifications of Switching between NAT (Shared Networking) Mode and Bridged Mode with MED-V V2.

In a previous blog article, I wrote about the differences between NAT and Bridged Mode in MED-V v2. The differences between the two were discussed in detail. You can find the article here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/medv/archive/2011/11/03/nat-mode-vs-bridged-mode-in-med-v-v2.aspx Often I get the question, “What if I want to change the networking mode? Can I do this after the MED-V…

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