Windows XP Mode and MDOP: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization


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Every new OS could potentially introduce application compatibility issues. Learn how Windows XP Mode (WXPM) can help address these issues by running a virtualised XP environment on Windows 7. This session provides a quick demo on some of the key features of WXPM. Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization (MED-V) allows deployment and management of virtual images on a Windows Desktop while providing a seamless user experience on a Virtual PC environment. Learn about the MED-V architecture and how it can be used to address application-to-OS compatibility issues. Using Med-V, OS migrations can be accelerated; delivery and reconstitution of corporate desktops are made easy, support tasks are simplified and business continuity is ensured.
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