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Remote App opens a browser on the Server instead of locally.

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I have Outlook 2003 and QuickBooks 2009 running on a Server 2008 machine. I dish them out to myself and a few other users as Remote Apps. Everything works great except that when you click a hyperlink, the browser that opens is running on the Server and showing up locally as opposed to just running locally.

This doesn't seem like a big deal except all your favorites and settings are different and the printers are now very confused. My less technical users are also very confused since they don't even know they are running on the server.

Does anyone know how to force these programs to open browsers locally?

Many Thanks!
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