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  • Wiki Page: App-V: A Configuration Template for Deploying to Stateless RDS Clients on Citrix Published Desktops with Citrix UPM for Profile Management

    App-V: A Configuration Template for Deploying to Stateless RDS Clients on Citrix Published Desktops with Citrix UPM for Profile Management Requrements for using this configuration: App-V 5.0 SP2 (preferrably Hotfix 4 or above) Full App-V Infrastructure RDS Client SharedContentStore enabled...
  • Wiki Page: WIKI üzerinden yazilan Türkçe makalaler (tr-TR)

    Table of Contents Tanim MS SQL Server ve Veri Yönetimi Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Windows Small Business Server 2011 Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Lync Server ISA Server Forefront TMG Exchange Server DNS Server DHCP Server Microsoft Assessment Planning Tool Tools (Araçlar) İpuçları...
  • Wiki Page: Selected Content Relating to Group Policy Administrative Templates (ADM and ADMX)

    I seem to have trouble finding ADM & ADMX Template downloads when I need them. Maybe it's the keywords/tags - maybe it's the different product groups, thinking about them in different ways. Anyway, here's a selected collection of the ones I go looking for, maybe you do too....
  • Wiki Page: E-Book Gallery for Microsoft Technologies

    Download content for Azure, ASP.NET, Office, SQL Server, SharePoint Server and other Microsoft technologies in e-book formats. Reference, guide, and step-by-step information are all available. All the e-books are free. New books will be posted as they become available. To view white...
  • Wiki Page: Wiki: Virtualization Portal

    Virtualization is primarily a software-based simulation of the underlying hardware.
  • Wiki Page: Microsoft Anti-Virus Exclusion List

    One place on the web where you can find an updated list of ALL the AV exclusions you might want to configure for Windows Server. Feel free to add to the list, it is the wiki way! HINT : Subscribe to the RSS feed for this wiki page to get auto-notification when it is updated! Enterprise Configuration...
  • Wiki Page: UE-V and High Availability

    UE-V supports storing user data on any writable share. However, certain additional criteria must be met: The volume must be formatted with an NTFS file system. The share may use Distributed File System (DFS) Namespace (DFS-N) Single target configuration and DFS Replication (DFS-R) in...
  • Wiki Page: How to Configure a Remote Database in MED-V

    Have you ever wanted to configure a remote database instead of using a local one in Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) but couldn’t find the steps on how to do it? If so this one’s for you: 1. First you have to make sure the SQL installation on the remote server is configured the...
  • Wiki Page: The Microsoft Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Detection Tool

    Do you have a bunch of random machines in your environment and need to know which have processors that support hardware assisted virtualization and if this setting is enabled? If so we have a tool for you: NOTE: This free tool does not work for Windows...
  • Wiki Page: How to Configure IIS for Use as a MED-V Image Repository

    The following article describes how to configure an image repository using IIS. An image repository is an optional server that is used for image distribution (where administrators upload new images and client computers check the server every 15 minutes and update their image if a new one is available...
  • Wiki Page: How to Join a MED-V client VM to a Domain

    You can easily join your VM to a specific domain using the following steps: Note: VM has to be installed with Windows XP that has VLK (Volume License Key), Retail/MSDN/OEM Installations will not work. Step 1: SID creation This step is relevant when you want to join one or more VMs that are...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V V2: Using the CTRL-ALT-Pause Key Combination to Access Hidden Dialog Boxes in MED-V

    If you are experiencing issues with MED-V published applications or startup programs such as: Hidden dialogs (intentional or unintentional) Pop-up or child windows not displaying correctly Bubble notifications You may notice that some of those issues are resolved with many known...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V Tips for Helpdesk Admins

    A common question from Helpdesk admins concerns how to troubleshoot issues with MED-V applications. More specifically, how can we allow remote Helpdesk admins to access the Full Desktop in the VM on the user's machine as needed for troubleshooting. There are a couple different ways to approach...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V: Only root level OU's are supported during First-Time-Setup

    For a persistent MED-V workspace, you have the option of configuring a MED-V VM setup script to run at the initial workspace launch. This is referred to as FTS (First Time Setup.) One of the script functions available is the option to join a domain. Among the parameters available to use when joining...
  • Wiki Page: Problems You Might Encounter When You Attempt to Upgrade to MED-V 1.0 SP2 While Workspaces Are Running

    The following are some important considerations when upgrading MED-V clients from version 1.0 RTM or 1.0 SP1 to 1.0 SP2 while workspaces are running: VPC QFEs cannot be installed while the workspace is running: The VPC QFE's cannot upgrade while Virtual PC is running. Silently, they will fail...
  • Wiki Page: Duplicate:A Closer Look at the MED-V Image and Data Repositories

    MED-V version 1.0 SP1 works with Virtual PC images to facilitate the underlying support for legacy applications on newer operating systems such as Windows Vista and Windows 7. These images are stored in repositories resident on MED-V clients. The default image repository is located in C:\Med-V Images...
  • Wiki Page: Deployment Alternatives to TrimTransfer in MED-V

    The TrimTransfer process in MED-V requires an initial host index process to run on the MED-V client in order to build a host index. This index is what is compared to the *.CKM.INDEX file that is included with the Packed Image that is uploaded to the MED-V Server. For more detailed information on TrimTransfer...
  • Wiki Page: Behavior of Expired MED-V Workspaces Explained

    If a user is attempting to start a MED-V Workspace and the user receives a message stating that there are no workspaces available, or they see list of workspaces and the one intended for the user is not available, this is usually because of one of the following reasons: · The workspace has not been...
  • Wiki Page: Troubleshooting Reporting and SQL Issues with MED-V 1.0

    While reporting is technically an optional feature of MED-V version 1.0, it is valuable in tracking errors, client events, and workspace usage statistics. You may encounter issues at various stages of setting up and using the reporting feature. I have composed a list of issues you may encounter when...
  • Wiki Page: Tips on modifying the MED-V ClientSettings.XML file

    With Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) , there may be situations where the ClientSettings.XML file may need to be modified directly to adjust features and timeout values that are not available through the standard interface for modifying workspace policies. These values, including...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V V2: GEMPLUS SmartCard Does Not Work When Using USB Smartcard to Authenticate to a MED-V Workspace

    When using a GEMPLUS SmartCard (particularly the GEMPC430 model) you may experience issues when trying to authenticate with the MED-V workspace using SmartCard credentials. This is because there may not be proper Windows XP drivers for the device installed in the Windows XP guest...
  • Wiki Page: How to Run a MED-V Published Application from the Command Line

    Have you ever had the need to run a published application from the command line on a Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization client? If so then here are a couple of the basics: The command line that is used to execute MED-V applications originating inside a MED-V workspace is the kidarocommands...
  • Wiki Page: When to Use SYSPREP and When to Use the VM Preparation Tool for Configuring Auto Logon for MED-V Workspaces

    This article is meant to clarify when to use the VM Preparation Tool and when to use Sysprep when configuring auto-logon for MED-V workspaces. These two options are not designed to work in conjunction with one another and you should only use one or the other depending on the type of workspace you will...
  • Wiki Page: Complete Listing of MED-V Variables in Version 1.0 Service Pack 1

    The following is a list of the entire default environment variables used by MED-V 1.0 SP1 organized by use context. Variables Allowed for Renaming Computer during VM Setup During the VM Setup process, there is an optional action to rename the computer. When configuring this process in the VM Setup...
  • Wiki Page: How to Use the MED-V File Transfer Utility to Copy Files from the Host to the Workspace

    If you need to copy files into the workspace we recommend you use the File Transfer Utility. The File Transfer Utility can be used to copy files or folders from the Workspace to the host and vice versa. This tool is essential when trying to get files from the workspace and transferring files to the...
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