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Microsoft Remote Desktop (Terminal Server)

Microsoft Terminal Server 2008:
I have seen ProgramName.MSI files created when run creates a remote desktop Icon on the desktop that run a program on the terminal server and it looks like the program is being run on the remote computer.
Can someone point me to the directions on how to create this MSI file.
Phil Chapman
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Hi, like literary make an MSI from Visual Studio, or how to deploy .MSI to RDP sessions so clients have access to installed software?

Your question is kinda of confusing
Phil ChapmanAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the confusion, But there is a way to create a RDP setup that when installed on the workstation the Remote Desktop application appears as it's running locally and not on the Remote Desktop Servers desktop.

What i'm looking for is how to create these RDP setups.

This requires Microsoft Server 2008 and Remote Desktop Client v6.
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