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  • Blog Post: Using PowerShell to configure live migration networks in a Hyper-V cluster

    A long time ago, Didier Van Hoye asked me how to configure the networks that should be used for live migration by a Hyper-V cluster using nothing but PowerShell.  Unfortunately, I never got around to getting an answer for him – until today. Didier – this one is for you. Now for a bit of background...
  • Blog Post: MED-V 2.0 available as part of MDOP 2011

    I know I am late getting this up – but I have been quite busy lately Earlier this month we released MED-V 2.0 and it is now available for everyone who has access to MDOP. There are a large number of changes in the MED-V 2.0 release.  The first obvious one is that it is build to utilize Windows Virtual...
  • Blog Post: MED-V 1.0 SP1 Available – Now with Windows 7 Support

    Last week MED-V 1.0 SP1 was released as part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) 2010 refresh. This update adds some key new functionality: Support for Windows 7 hosts – both 32-bit and 64-bit Support for running the MED-V server on Windows Server 2008 R2 Support for Japanese...
  • Blog Post: MED-V Administration Video Series

    If you have been wondering where I have been, I have been on holiday for the last four weeks, visiting friends and family in sunny Australia. But now I am back in cold, rainy, dark Seattle – so I should have plenty of time to get blogging. Just before I went off on holiday, the MED-V team put together...
  • Blog Post: Windows Virtual PC / MED-V live meeting

    I have landed in Australia, and am about to head down to Tech-Ed.  Apparently a lot of people are interested in the following session: Windows 7 XP Compatibility mode, Virtual PC and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization So I will be doing a live meeting presentation of it at 2:30pm Thursday...
  • Blog Post: I am speaking at Tech-Ed Australia and Tech-Ed New Zealand

    Immediately after attending VMworld this year I am going to be jumping on a plane and heading back home to speak at Tech-Ed Australia and Tech-Ed New Zealand . At both of these shows I am going to be giving two presentations: Windows 7 XP Compatability mode, Virtual PC and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop...
  • Blog Post: MED-V now available

    I have been somewhat remiss in not talking more about MED-V (Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization) and hope to address this by finding the time to post about it in the coming weeks. If you are not aware – MED-V is an enterprise management solution for Virtual PC.  It allows you to create...
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