The MEDV Reporting database is very basic as it is only used by the server for logging events, errors, and status messages. This makes the portability of the database all the more easy and the process to move a MEDV database from SQL server to another can be done in a few easy steps.
The MED-V Team Blog : Moving the MED-V Reporting Database from one SQL Server to another
Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) documentation library has recently been published to TechNet! This is the first time that MED-V documentation has been made available online and you can now see the newly published MED-V Planning, Deployment, and Operations Guide in the MED-V documentation library on TechNet here http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee348978.aspx!
Having the documentation available online is a huge advantage over downloadable guides only because it makes the MED-V documentation available from a Web search and, even more importantly, it allows us to regularly update the documentation between product releases to address your concerns and comments about it. To be sure that you’re always getting the latest documentation about MED-V, you can check the topics in the MED-V documentation library, with the exception of orientation topics that just provide links to other topics, for their “Updated” date which tells you how recently the information in that topic was changed or updated. Please note that the information on the TechNet library will always be the most up-to-date and should be considered authoritative if content on the Download Center and TechNet are not the same.
So, if you have a minute, please take a look at the new documentation online and let us know what you think! As always, we the MED-V doc team, will be monitoring the MED-V documentation feedback alias for your comments and suggestions (email@example.com) and thanks in advance for your efforts in helping to improve the documentation!
After a bit of reorganizing and recognition, we’ve added a specific forum section to myITforum.com just for Virtualization products and technologies. For those delving deep into virtualization and those just getting started, this are should help provide an area to ask questions and give answers and learn the technologies together.
Jump straight to the Virtualization Community forums using the following link:
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And, he gives a great explanation covering the differences between Med-V and App-V.
Read it: http://verbalprocessor.com/2008/10/21/microsoft-enterprise-desktop-virtualization/
Firdous Gangat posted that Microsoft has adorned their Kidaro acquisition with a new name: Med-V.
App-V, Hyper-V, now Med-V.
What’s next? Win-V?