Enterprise Desktop Virtualization

Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) enables organizations to centrally define VMs (virtual machines), assign these VMs to authenticated users to run on their PCs, and conceal the virtual OS interface so that the user is not aware that the application is running in a VM. The right to use Enterprise Desktop Virtualization is provided as part of MDOP (Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack).

MED-V, no longer under active development, has not been updated to support versions of Windows beyond Windows 7. (Customers can continue to use MED-V with Windows 7.)

Become a DOM member or log in to read the full report