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Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) V1 SP1 User Experience


About This 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 a MED-V workspace, and it does not require hardware-assisted virtualization. Namely, a MED-V V1 SP1 host does not require Intel VT or an AMD-V processor in the hardware.

To better understand desktop virtualization and MED-V, additional information is available below:



Published Date: January 07, 2010
Presented By: Yung Chou




Video: WMV | MP4