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Windows 2008R2 Remote App Configuration issue

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I am trying to configure a WIndows 2008R2 server that is stand alone and no services to publish remote apps.

Per the attached error, I cannot get the computer to be added to the TS Web Access computers.

It simply is not available.

Anyone seen this error before?

remoeApp Error
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is the remote server a RO doman controller
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Have you added the TS Web App role? If so, have you added the server into the TS Web Access local group?

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771623.aspx

You said it is standalone, so assuming it's not a domain member?
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A bit of digging thu this thread but this helped.
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