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Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 3)

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You can now connect to the RemoteApp from another computer. To do so, you will need to connect to the RemoteApp via the Web interface (discussed later in this section) or a custom remote desktop file. In this exercise, we will create a custom remote desktop file to use. You can use the RemoteApp Manager console to create a custom RDP file that can be distributed to users to provide connectivity. To create the custom RDP file, perform the following:

1.
Locate the program in RemoteApp Manager (see Figure 10). Right click the program and choose Create RDP File. This will launch the RemoteApp Wizard. Click Next to begin.

Figure 10. Create RemoteApp RDP file.

2.
Enter a path to save the RDP file, and optionally change any configuration settings such as host, gateway, and certificates. Then click Next (see Figure 11)

Figure 11. RemoteApp settings.


3.
Verify the settings on the Review Settings page. Then click Finish.

A new remote desktop configuration file should be saved to the path you specified. You could now distribute this file to other users or computers within your organization. To access the RemoteApp, users just doubleclick the custom configuration file and logon with their Active Directory credentials. If they have been authorized to access the application, it should launch and appear as if it were running locally on their workstations as seen in Figure 12.

Figure 12. Windows Calculator running as a RemoteApp.
 
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