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Added Remote Desktop Web Access to a Windows 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Server. Added a few applications to RemoteApps, added the machine to the TS Web Access Computers on the local machine and there are no apps when logging into RD Web Access. Added the server to the Windows Authorization Access Group also. RDP files work fine.

I did this with the domain admin as well as a brand new user.

No broker is in use. This is straight to https://server/rdweb from inside the network. I don't see anything in the event logs when anyone logs on.
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by:AdrienneSperber
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A server restart has fixed this problem for me in the past.
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What finally ended up fixing this was setting the identity of the RDSWebAccess App Pool in IIS that was running the RDWeb application. I changed it from ApplicationPoolIdentity to NetworkService and I am now able to see the apps and icons.
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Sorry to accept my own. I found the solution right after I posted the question and didn't get back fast enough to delete it!
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