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We're getting ready to deployee Win

We're getting ready to deployee Win

We're getting ready to deployee Win

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We're getting ready to deployee Windows 2019 servers with Active Directory. These servers will be used as data servers and users will access the servers via remote desktop connection. In the past, we've used server 2008 and remote apps where the remote apps were installed on the user's PC's. So far, I can't find a method that will allow us to create these remote app installations programs as we did on Windows 2008, leaving us with the web access method only. Can anyone point me in the right direction for this?

RE: We're getting ready to deployee Win

Remote Apps depreciated in 2012.

Use RD Gateway - safer and more secure.

You can then add your RD gateway address to the remote apps resourses in Windows 10.(under control panel)

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RE: We're getting ready to deployee Win

"Use RD Gateway - safer and more secure."
Agree, I use TS gateway on all my systems which need remote access

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