Video: MED-V 2.0 And What the End User Experience

Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V version 2.0) was released earlier this month on March 10.MED-V gives IT the ability to manage what applications and URLs are opened in a managed virtual machine. In the video below, Tim Crabb, from the team, give us a quick demo of the product. Tim showed us what the end […]

Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V version 2.0) was released earlier this month on March 10.

MED-V gives IT the ability to manage what applications and URLs are opened in a managed virtual machine.

In the video below, Tim Crabb, from the team, give us a quick demo of the product. Tim showed us what the end user experience looks like when apps or links are opened seamlessly in the virtual machine, and he walked us through the administrator process of creating and configruing a new virtual machine using the MED-V tools.