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Examples of Virtual Machine Configurations

Updated: April 1, 2010

Applies To: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization 1.0, Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization 1.0 SP1

The following are examples of typical virtual machine configurations: one in a persistent MED-V workspace and one in a revertible MED-V workspace.

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These examples are not intended for use in all environments. Adjust the configuration according to your environment.

  1. Configure Sysprep on the base image to create a unique SID. For more information, see How to Configure Sysprep for MED-V Images.

  2. On the VM Setup tab, select the Run VM Setup check box.

  3. In the VM Computer Name Pattern section, configure the pattern for the machine image name. For more information, see How to Configure VM Computer Name Pattern Properties.

  4. Click Script Editor, and in the VM Setup Script Editor dialog box, configure the following actions:

    1. Rename Computer

    2. Restart Windows

    3. Check Connectivity

    4. Join Domain

    5. Disable Auto-Logon

    For more information, see How to Set Up Script Actions.

  5. On the Policy menu, click Commit.

  1. On the VM Setup tab, select the Rename the VM based on the computer name pattern check box.

  2. In the VM Computer Name Pattern section, configure the pattern for the machine image name. For more information, see How to Configure VM Computer Name Pattern Properties.

  3. On the Policy menu, click Commit.

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