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Configure drives to always redirect in RemoteApp

Posted on 2012-04-10
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We publish a number of applications through RemoteApp hosted on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system and our end users always need to share their local drives. Each time they select an application a window appears with options to share drives, printers and so on. The clipboard is always ticked but drives isn't and I'd like to change this so it's always ticked.

This is what currently pops up:
This is the current set of defaults. I'd like 'Drives' to be ticked by default on every new connection.
Is there a preference I need to select or should I set a Custom RDP Setting in the RemoteApp Manager to get what I'm after? Any advice would be gratefully received.

Many thanks.
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Question by:cintra
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Custom RDP Setting in the RemoteApp Manager  -- yes
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