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MED-V Deployment and Configuration

Updated: April 1, 2010

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

In This Section

This section describes Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) deployment and configuration and includes the following:

MED-V Installation Prerequisites
Describes the prerequisites required before installing MED-V.

Supported Configurations
Describes the supported configurations for both MED-V 1.0 and MED-V 1.0 SP1.

Installation and Upgrade Checklists
Provides the installation checklist for MED-V 1.0 and an upgrade checklist for MED-V 1.0 SP1.

Installing and Configuring MED-V Components
Provides procedures for installing and configuring the MED-V server, image repository, MED-V client, and MED-V management console, and the procedure for uninstalling the MED-V components.

Creating a Virtual PC Image for MED-V
Describes how to create and configure a VPC image for MED-V.

Creating a MED-V Workspace
Describes how to create a MED-V workspace.

Configuring MED-V Workspace Policies
Describes how to configure MED-V workspace policies.

Configuring MED-V for Remote Networks
Describes how to configure MED-V to work from inside a network, remotely, or both from inside the network and remotely.

Configuring MED-V Server for Cluster Mode
Describes how to configure MED-V server using two servers and place all files mutual to both servers on a file system.

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