RemoteApp enables you to make programs that are accessed remotely through Remote Desktop Services appear as if they are running on the end user's local computer.

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Allow only RemoteApp, not Remote Desktop

I found the following question, with a similar premise, however the answer to the question, was the question rephrased as a statement! ...
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Terminal Server 2008: Remote App Issue

I have a FoxPro 2.6 (16-bit) application that I've installed on a Win2008 (32-bit) Terminal Server. I then created a Remote App from it. It works fine. The problem is that within this FoxPro ...
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How to display programs, started by TSWA Remoteapp, inside a browser instead of directly on the desktop?

For those not familiar with Terminal Services Web Access and Resulting Internet Communication in Windows Server 2008 here’s a brief overview. The problem I am trying to solve can be seen in the ...
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Windows 2008 RemoteAPP client disconnects within a matter of minutes

I'm having an odd problem with Windows 2008 TS, and remote applications specifically. The situation is as follows: TS idle timeout is disabled via GPO TS terminating disconnected sessions after 1hr ...
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RemoteApp Prevent User from Running Remote Desktop [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Allow only RemoteApp, not Remote Desktop We've setup an application to run remotely under RemoteApp on Windows Server 2008. To do so we had to open up the standard RDP ...
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How do I set the default printer for a RemoteApp?

We are using Windows Server 2008 and the built in RemoteApp feature for Terminal Services. When we run a RemoteApp (WordPad for example), local printers are automatically redirected as expected. ...
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Single MSI file - many remote applications

How can I create a single MSI installer file for many remote applications in Remote Desktop Services (RDS)? Suppose I have 10 applications exposed via RDS. To make life easier I created MSI installer ...
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I have a programming contractor - how do I record their screen remotely?

We have a contractor working offsite. We would like to set everything up so that his screen is recorded to our Windows Server 2008 R2 machine in real time. We've been using TeamViewer, but we've run ...
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Single sign on with Windows 2008 R2 RemoteApps

I've got the following setup: Windows 2008 R2 server: Remote Desktop Services (RemoteApp, Session Host, Services Manager) Windows 2008 R2 server: AD + AD Certificate services + DNS Windows 7 client ...
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Remote Apps minimize to a blank desktop

When minimizing a remote Application (running on XP over remote desktop) the desktop disappears and the only thing that is shown on the users screen is a plain blue Windows 2008 desktop background and ...
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Certificate issue with RemoteApp on Server 2008

I am trying to set up a proof-of-concept demo for deploying applications via RemoteApp, the application-streaming-over-RDP stuff in Windows Server 2008. The TS Gateway server (call it srv-web) and ...
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Terminal Server hosted on cloud server or traditional VPS?

We're looking into alternatives for our very small datacentre at the moment. We have two Windows 2008 terminal servers that serve RemoteApps that we're looking to move off-site first off (and if we ...
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User profile paths in RemoteApp sessions

I try to setup a terminal services farm, serving some of our LOB applications. The main goal is to use them as RemoteApps through Terminal Services Gateway for the users, who are somewhere away from ...
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Can file extensions be associated with TS2008 Remote Applications

Just wondering if there's any way to associate a local file extension with a remote app running via a Windows 2008 Terminal Services session? If, for example, I've published Acrobat as a Remote App, ...
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Powering netbooks with Servers

I have limited knowledge of servers. I had an idea that I wanted to get evaluated. With netbooks becoming cheaper, I was wondering if I will be able to do complex video editing and running heavy ...
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Seamless Remote Windows on Linux Client

I really like the RemoteApp features of Windows Server 2008 Are there any solutions for similar functionality for Linux clients and a Windows server? We have users that are running Linux on the ...
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Server 2008 Remote Apps

I have set up remoteapp, and according to all the documentation that i have found, the application should be able to span/move across a dual monitor setup. I found that the rdp file should include ...
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Why does my minimized Terminal Services Remote App Disappear?

Have you ever minimized a remote app shared by a Windows 2008 server and had it disappear after about 10 seconds? If so, how did you over come that particular inconvenience? The application is an ...
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Windows Server2008 RemoteApps - Starting but not handing over windows

At work we run a windows 2008 server and we roll out Remote Apps for all the applications that out employees use. So far they are working wonderfully with very little issues but there is one problem ...