How MED-V V2 Manages Memory of Virtual PCs

The MED-V Host Agent controls how memory is allocated to the underlying VPC. This memory can be controlled either dynamically where the memory is allocated a certain amount based on host memory configuration or set using a static value. Dynamic Memory Dynamic memory is the default configuration. The following registry key is used to toggle…

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MAC Address Management with MED-V V2 Workspaces

In general, it is recommended to leverage the Virtual PC NAT mode (shared networking) when implementing MED-V workspaces. This will take care of any IP address and MAC address management issues. There may be reasons, however, for you to leverage bridged mode in place of NAT mode. Bear in mind, when you choose bridged mode,…

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Using WMI Filters to Disable Legal Notices on MED-V Workspaces

An issue that we have been seeing with MED-V in all versions is the issue of the use of the LegalNoticeCaption and LegalNoticeText values creating disconnects with the seamless user experience while running MED-V workspaces. While the legal notice is sufficient for logging on to the host, since the MED-V workspace is also running an…

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