XP Mode within the Enterprise

Last week I had a Windows 7 planning meeting with one of our clients and like in any other Windows 7 related meeting that i have had in the past months with other customers, the topic about XP Mode was Read More …

MED-V Trim Transfer

Today I have spend some time in taking a look at MED-V. I reviewed MED-V already about a year ago, but had not touched it since then. Microsoft just recently released an updated version of MED-V as part of the Read More …

MED-V demo videos

If you’re planning to do some hands-on with MED-V I recommend that you have a look at these MED-V videos.

XP Mode vs. Med-V

Here’s another great article from Stephen Rose, explaining XP Mode vs. MED-V. Read the entire article here

Understanding XP Mode

Here is an excellent post that explains Windows7 XP Mode. The article describes clearly who should use XP Mode standalone or MED-V which is the product designed for enterprises. http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/springboard/archive/2009/06/16/understanding-xp-mode.aspx I also recommend reading “How MED-V v2 helps you manage Read More …

MED-V Planning, Deployment and Operations Guide

Microsoft has released the Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V version 1) Planning, Deployment and Operations Guide. The document can be found here

What you should know about Win7 XP Mode and MED-V

Windows XP Mode on Windows7  with Windows Virtual PC is designed for small business users, For Enterprise customers, MED-V is the way to go. More information: http://windowsteamblog.com/blogs/business/archive/2009/04/28/how-med-v-v2-helps-you-manage-windows-xp-mode.aspx http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2009/Apr09/04-28Win7QA.mspx