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Pooled Virtual Machines with Server 2012 R2

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I have a question I feel would be very simple, however it's proving to be more difficult that I thought.    

I have setup a new server with Desktop Services 2012 and pooled VM's.   Now I want people in my office to be able to connect to the VM's using Wyse Terminals.   Currently they connect to our Terminal Server using sessions so the name is TERMINALSERVER1.  

How do they connect to "Pool", would they connect to the new server using RDP and NEWSERVER1 or do they have to connect to the website?

Or does the pool have a AD name that they can RDP to?

Can anyone help shed some light on this?
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Make the pooled VMs available to your users through RemoteApp and Desktop Connection.
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