Remote Web Workplace Alternative for Mac Clients?

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Remote Web Workplace works AWESOME for publishing an application we are developing to a few remote users for testing.

The only problem is, it doesn't work on mac.

The application we are developing contains sensitive information behind the scenes, and the users testing this software are at a facility that does not allow software to be installed on their machines.

We need a solution that meets ALL of the following requirements:
 
- Allows application to run via web browser similar to Remote Desktop Published Applications (IE, Firefox, Safari, etc.)
- Does not require third party software to be downloaded and installed on client machine (client machines do not have admin privileges)
- Allows more than one users to access the machine at a time, similar to how terminal services works.
-Solution must work with Mac

Is there a citrix solution that works through the web that doesn't require a client to be installed on the machine?

Is there a Java client that connects to terminal services / RDP?

Any other ideas?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process Advisor
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Commented:
I think your only real hope is a java based client if you cannot install the Microsoft RDP client (though in either case, you'll probably need to create a VPN connection.  Google Java Terminal Services Client and check out the results.
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Citrix XenApp allows publishing of specific applications, has a java client (no installation required), and allows delivery via a web browser, and all of which works on mac, pc, linux, android, iphone, windows mobile and blackberry.  There is not, to my knowledge, any way to get Windows Remote Web Workplace or Remote App to work on non-Windows clients, as both services use functionality on the client device to work properly, and only Windows has that functionality available.  The only way you will meet all of the above requirements is with Citrix XenApp.
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Commented:
Why not enable Terminal services for the Mac users to the 2008 server. This is pretty much the same thing. Really, RWW is a form of RDP.
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process Advisor
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Commented:
No RWW is not a form of RDP.  RDP is a COMPONENT of RWW.  RWW offers additional features.

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