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How to Configure the Virtual Machine Setup for a MED-V Workspace

Updated: April 1, 2010

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

All virtual machine setup configuration settings are configured in the Policy module, on the VM Setup tab.

To configure the virtual machine setup for a persistent MED-V workspace

  1. Click a persistent MED-V workspace to be configured.

  2. In the Persistent VM Setup section, configure the properties as described in the following table.

    noteNote
    The persistent VM setup properties are enabled only for a persistent MED-V workspace.

  3. On the Policy menu, select Commit.

Persistent VM Setup Properties

Property Description

Run VM Setup

Select this check box to run a setup script the first time the MED-V workspace is run.

Script Editor

Click to configure the setup script. For more information, see How to Set Up Script Actions.

noteNote
This button is enabled only when Run VM Setup script is selected.

Message displayed when script is running

A message to be displayed while the script is running. If left blank, the default message is displayed.

noteNote
This field is enabled only when Run VM Setup script is checked.

To configure the virtual machine setup for a revertible MED-V workspace

  1. Click a revertible MED-V workspace to configure.

  2. In the Revertible VM Setup section, configure the properties as described in the following table.

    noteNote
    The revertible VM setup properties are enabled only for a revertible MED-V workspace.

  3. On the Policy menu, select Commit.

Revertible VM Setup Properties

Property Description

Rename the VM based on the computer name pattern

Select this check box to assign a unique name to each computer using the MED-V workspace so that you can differentiate between multiple computers using the same MED-V workspace.

For more information on configuring computer image names, see How to Configure VM Computer Name Pattern Properties.

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