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RemoteApp Programs not listing on 2008 R2 RDWeb page

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Hello,

i have a 2008 R2 Terminal Server joined to an SBS 2003 domain. I'm configuring it for user to use the RDweb RemoteApp web page to access the applications on the server. The problem I'm having is that the applications do not show up on the RemoteApp section of the webpage (https://remote.customer.com/RDweb) for regular domain users. The admin accounts can see the list of applications correctly. The only difference I can see between these accounts is that the admin accounts are in the regular Users OU and the domain users accounts are in the SBS Users OU.

I've set up RemoteApp several times before, but never on an SBS 2003 domain. I'm obviously missing something and I think it is related to the special OU's that SBS 2003 creates. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Nathan
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Thanks for looking at this issue. At this time I have resolved the issue. The final resolution was to add the computer account of the server hosting the RDweb application website to the "Windows Authorization Access Group" in Active Directory.

Open Active directory Users and Computers>>>Click on "Builtin" >>>"Windows Authorization Access group" should be on bottom of right side.

Once I added the computer account of the RDweb server, I was able to have the applications displaying on the RDweb application page for all users.

You can look at an article that led me to this solution here

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2009/06/12/introducing-remoteapp-user-assignment.aspx

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