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I have setup a Windows Server 2008 R2 with the Remote Desktop Services role and am unable to see any RemoteApps for domain user logins in the RD Web Access portal. However domain admin and local user accounts can see these RemoteApps in the RD Web Access portal. The Connection and Resource Policies include both local Admin and User accounts and are both enabled. Domain Users can logon to the Terminal Server via RDP okay and have access to the applications. All Remote Desktop Services roles are installed except the Remote Desktop Virtualisation Host role.

Has anyone encountered this problem before?
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It appears that the Windows Authorization Access Group (security group) must include the Remote Desktop Server to allow checking of user credentials against the RemoteApp's ACL. I have tested this and works fine now
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hi ITA S01:

In which Windows Authorization Group u talking about? can u tell me exactly what u want to say? thanks

as i have the same problem but i m unable to figure out ur solution
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'Windows Authorization Group' is a security group in the domain and needs to include the remote desktop server object.
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