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RemoteApp Server 2008 R2

Hello,

When we deploy RemoteApp in Server 2008 R2. Upon clicking on the app:

1) Is the application opened using port 80/443  or still uses 3389?
2) Is there anyway to just move RemoteApp data on 80/443 and block 3389?
3) Is there a way to disable RDP and only enable RemoteApp. My understanding of RemoteApp is that it still uses RDP to open the Apps, but not exactly sure..

Thanks
Microsoft Server OSActive DirectoryWindows Server 2008Remote Access

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Rob Williams

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Have a look at the article published on Expert-Exchange itself

It might be helpful for You

Expert Exchange Article

For your Third Query follow the bellow procedure
      
Go to the RDP properties in Terminal Services Configuration Console
In environment tab, select the option "Start the following program when the user....”
Path: c:\windows\system32\logoff.exe
 Start in: c:\windows\system32
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