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Viewing MED-V Workspace Configurations

Updated: March 10, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization 2.0

When you are troubleshooting MED-V issues and problems, you can use the MED-V Administration Toolkit to view the published applications and redirected web addresses in the MED-V workspace. You can also use the MED-V Administration Toolkit to open the MED-V workspace in full-screen mode.

For information about how to open the MED-V Administration Toolkit, see Troubleshooting MED-V by Using the Administration Toolkit.

Viewing MED-V Published Applications

On the MED-V Administration Toolkit window, click View Published Applications .

The MED-V Workspace Published Applications window opens and displays a list of the applications that were published in the MED-V workspace. You can use this information to troubleshoot certain issues, such as determining whether an application was published as expected.

For information about how to publish applications to the MED-V workspace, see How to Publish and Unpublish an Application on the MED-V Workspace.

Viewing MED-V Redirected Web Addresses

On the MED-V Administration Toolkit window, click View Redirected Web Addresses .

The Web Addresses Redirected to the MED-V Workspace window opens and displays a list of the redirected web addresses specified for the MED-V workspace. You can use this information to troubleshoot certain issues, such as determining whether a web address was specified correctly for redirection.

For information about how to manage web addresses redirection in the MED-V workspace, see How to Add or Remove URL Redirection Information in a Deployed MED-V Workspace.

Opening the MED-V Workspace Virtual Machine

On the MED-V Administration Toolkit window, click View MED-V Workspace Full Screen .

MED-V closes if it was running, and the MED-V workspace virtual machine opens in full-screen mode. You can use this full-screen window to easily access all the components of the virtual machine that might be helpful in troubleshooting, such as its hard disk and settings files.

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