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Getting To Know MED-V In Windows 7
This white paper introduces MED-V (Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization), Microsoft’s enterprise-oriented tool for delivering legacy applications in virtual machines running on clients across your business network. You could think of MED-V as the administration layer missing from Windows XP Mode. This product has its origins in the Kidaro Managed Workspace software that Microsoft acquired when it bought Kidaro in 2007. The areas discussed here include the following.
- Do You Need MED-V?
- How Can You Get MED-V?
- Core Features
- Implementing MED-V
- Managing MED-V
- Challenges of MED-V
Please note that MED-V’s current version is 1.0 SP1 at the time of writing.