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Push out Internet Explorer via RDS

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We are running Windows Server 2008 R2 RDS.  We provide application access via RemoteApp and Web Access.  Typically we install a program and use RemoteApp Manager to make it available.  Problem is, we I see my application options, Internet Explorer isn't available as on option.  I need to push it out so users are accessing the web via the IE on the server, not their local machines.  Any idea how to do this?
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Click Browse on the RemoteApp Programs screen and browse to the IE executable - typically "c:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe"
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