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Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

(OP)
Hello,

I'm a server 2003 user with Citrix. We recently upgraded to SBS 2001 Essentials and I want to get away from Citrix.

1. Can I do this without purchasing anything additional?
2. I want the user to access the server internally ( not via internet ) by connecting to the servers IP address in the web browser. How can I publish a few locally installed apps for users?

Thanks

Jon

RE: Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

Nope, you can't. You'd need to get the Premium add-on and you'd also need to purchase RD CALs to cover the number of users that would access things.

Typically you can't serve out RemoteApp on a DC, so that's probably the root reason why this won't work.

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/window...

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net

RE: Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

(OP)
So would you advise to just reinstall Citrix?
We have CALs for 2003 but for 2011 we only have the number it comes with.

Im so new to this server thing its ridiculous sad

RE: Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

If you are going with 2011, I'd use Citrix. And 2011 doesn't come with any RDS CALs at all...

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net

RE: Publish apps with SBS 2011 Essentials without Premium Add-ons

(OP)
You answered my question I had in the other post. Thanks!

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