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..
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