TS Web Access

I have 2 Terminal services 2008 (application mode) boxes on my domain
I have only 1 with Terminal Services Web Apps installed
I have added each computer to "TS Web Access Computers" group
I can configure (at will) the TS Web App interface to look at ts1 or ts2 and the published apps are displayed
I cannot figure out how I can display published apps from "Both" ts boxes, in 1 location.  

This should be easy, or if it is not possible, then a guru should know that and be able to say it's not possible.

Please assist.

halejr1IT DirectorAsked:
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Brad HoweDevOps ManagerCommented:

As far as i know, If you use TS Web Access, you can only deploy RemoteApps from a single terminal server or farm, or a link to the full terminal server desktop, directly through TS Web Access.  

All RemoteApp programs on the terminal server or farm that are configured for TS Web Access will appear on the TS Web Access Web site.

If you are going to go in a FARM format, then all terminal servers must have the same RemoteApp programs published since TS Web Access has no way to identify multiple terminal server targets for the web part.

Using TS Web Access for Farm Access

If you are looking to only share remoteApps that are on TS2 which are different from TS1 on TS1 Web Acess, what you could do is create an .rdp file from a RemoteApp program on TS2, copy to a directory on TS1 add it to the TS Web Acess list on TS1.

Hope it helps,

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halejr1IT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Excellent, albeit obvious workaround.  I appreciate it!
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