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RDS, VDI, and App-V User Experience | TechNet Video The ability to deliver a desktop with full fidelity over a network, while deploying applications on demand and with hardware independence, is an IT reality with Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Application Virtualization (App-V) which is part of Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP). This... More...

TechNet Edge, Terminal Services, Virtualization, MDOP, Application Virtualization, VDI, App-V, Remote Desktop Services, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, Screencasts, English, Yung Chou, Zune, iPod
Announcing Managed Desktop Optimization Pack 2010  | TechNet Edge Today, we held a webcast with Forrester where we announced the release of the Managed Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2010. MDOP is a toolkit of a bunch of applications and tools to help improve the desktop experience in enterprise environments, with easier management of applications, virtualizatio... More...

MDOP, Windows 7, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, App-V, Application Virtualization, English, Articles, Adam Bomb, TechNet Edge
Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) V1 SP1 User Experience | TechNet Video One focus of MED-V V1 SP1 is to expand support platforms to include Windows 7 (x86 and x64) as a host. This screencast demonstrates running a MED-V workspace using a V1 SP1 client in the Windows 7 environment. In V1 SP1, MED-V continues to employ Virtual PC 2007 as the virtualization vehicle to run ... More...

TechNet Edge, Virtualization, MDOP, Windows 7, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, MED-V, Desktop Virtualization, Screencasts, English, Yung Chou, Zune, iPod
Microsoft Vista Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Licensing and Windows Virtual Enterprise Centralized Desktops (VECD)  | TechNet Edge In TechNet Game-On Tour currently being delivered in the US east coast, I talked about Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and got very overwhelming response. It’s indeed an exciting feeling when witnessing desktop virtualization works in a predictable way and beha... More...

Virtualization, MDOP, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, VDI, Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization, Remote Desktop Services, VECD, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Articles, TechNet Edge, Yung Chou
What Virtualization Means for the Desktop | TechNet Edge Brad Anderson and Jeff Wettlaufer are together again, this time for a chat on desktop virtualization scenarios and technologies. Using Brad's whiteboard for illustration, they cover application virtualization, desktop (or hardware) virtualization, presentation virtualization, and finally, virtual de... More...

TechNet Edge, Terminal Services, System Center, Virtualization, MDOP, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, Application Compatibility, VDI, MED-V, Desktop Virtualization, App-V, Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization, English, Dave Morehouse, Zune, iPod
Virtualization at TechEd09 | TechNet Edge I caught up with Edwin Yuen to get a tour of the Virtualization booths at TechEd09 and find out what's new in virtualization from Microsoft. He showed me Hyper-V, Virtual Machine Manager, Virtual PC (including Windows 7 XP Mode), VDI and more.I even managed to get Jeff Woolsey and Edwin both to talk... More...

TechNet Edge, Hyper-V, Virtualization, SCVMM, MDOP, VDI, TechEd 2009, XP Mode, VMWare, System Center Virtual Machine Manager, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, Videos, English, Adam Bomb, Zune, iPod
MMS Day 2 announcements overview with Larry Orecklin | TechNet Edge We're back with Larry to talk about today's announcements at MMS. Yesterday was all about the datacenter with Operations Manager and Virtual Machine Manager announcements, but Brad Anderson's announcements today were desktop focused. Larry tells us what's coming in Config Manager - both in the upcom... More...

TechNet Edge, MMS 2008, Configuration Manager, MDOP, Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, Videos, English, Adam Bomb, Zune, iPod
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