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  • 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 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: MED-V V2: How to Enable Advanced Logging

    In MED-V V2 all events logs are stored on the MED-V Host (Windows 7) and the MED-V Guest (Windows XP) using the “MEDV” event log. By default the event logs are set to Error and Warning events. Additional Debug level logging can be enabled via the registry in both the guest and the host by navigating...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V 2.0 Registry Configuration Settings

    Table of Contents Diagnostics Key Fts Key UserExperience Key VM Key Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) 2.0 stores its configuration settings in the registry. The information we include here about the registry may help you better manage your MED-V services. MED...
  • Wiki Page: MED-V: Factors that Contribute to a Slow MED-V Workspace

    Assuming the basics have been considered (where the host operating system and the guest operating system have been allocated enough memory) here are some factors that can contribute to a slow starting and slow performing MED-V workspace: 1.) Use of Unecessary Services in the Guest: Disable any...
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