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Microsoft Bangs Drum For Key Desktop Virtualization Feature

December 2, 2010 No Comments

As part of its quest to demonstrate that its virtualization portfolio is ready for prime time, Microsoft is playing up User State Virtualization, a desktop virtualization functionality built into Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate editions.

User State Virtualization reflects the specific needs of mobile workers: By separating user settings from the PC and storing it in a central location, it allows users to work with a familiar Windows look and feel when logging into multiple different PCs. In cases where a notebook goes missing, the feature also allows IT to quickly get that user back up and running.

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