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Microsoft P2V Migration tool beta
Help unblock OS deployments by redelivering blocking users' old Windows environments, applications and browsers seamlessly in Windows 7 using automated physical-to-virtual migration
P2V Migration for Software Assurance uses the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and Sysinternals Disk2VHD to convert a user's existing Windows XP or newer client environment to a virtual hard disk then automates the delivery of an updated and personalized Windows 7 operating system containing a virtual machine with the user's previous Windows environment, applications and Web browser. The user's previous virtual desktop retains its existing management components, domain membership and policies. The process also publishes applications and the browser for the user to access them seamlessly within Windows 7's start menu.
How it Works
Starting Windows environment with Windows XP SP3 or newer. Environment is personalized with applications not compatible with Windows 7.
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 initiates fully-automated migration to Windows 7. Process includes P2V conversion of the running OS using Sysinternals Disk2VHD.
Windows 7 migration complete. Windows 7 contains the previous operating system in its entirety within a virtual machine.
Standalone application and Internet Explorer links published from virtual machine to native Windows 7 start menu.
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