Display a list of workstations for RDWeb access Server 2012

We have deployed RDWeb in server 2012 STD sucessfully, however I need to publish a list of workstations for users to choose from. This consists of 20+ XPSP3 workstations. The NLM issue has been resolved however I need a solution that will let users pick a workstation. Does anyone have some documentation that we could look at on setting this up.
KarlSolidAsked:
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Likely not an option for you but this has been a standard feature with SBS and Server essentials and called remote web workplace or remote web access.  Server 2012 R2, to be released this month, will have this included as a feature/role that can be enabled.  Users access a web site and are presented with the list of computers to which the have been granted remote access.  However it is not available in Server 2012, unless you first install Server 2012 Essentials and then "Transmog" to Server 2012 standard.

In your case do you have more than 20 users accessing 20 computers?  If so how will they know if the computer is available?  More often this is done with a  "terminal server:" farm, though one terminal server could handle 2 users.

I am afraid that is not much help, but thought I would post some feed back where you have received no responses thus far.
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STNWCommented:
Actually we are unable to do this with Remote Web Workspace as we must support terminal server sessions for Windows XP workstations.
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