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RemoteApps on RD WebAccess

So I erroneously published applications on the RD WebAccess, then removed all RDS server roles form the server and re-installed ( to try to start from scratch.)  Now, these same applications still display on the public WebAccess page but do not successfully launch.  In fact, it crashes MSTSC.EXE on the client workstation.  

How can I go into the server and find these published applications?  They do not appear anywhere in server manager.  I have tried publishing them to then unpublish them, but then two of each display.

I am running Windows Server 2012.

Thanks!
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Jordan Smith
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Jordan SmithAuthor Commented:
Found answer to my own question from http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/c1fc8278-fc13-49b2-8c91-c68946c8f8d5/2012-remote-desktop-services-unpublished-apps-are-showing?forum=winserverTS:
"Hi,

Please remove the old applications from the RD Connection Broker's registry.  Please make a backup of the registry key before you delete the key(s).  If you did not re-use the same collection name after you reinstalled RDS you may delete the entire old collection from the registry (instead of just the old apps).

Below is the key to look for the old published RemoteApps.  Each RemoteApp will be a separate subkey:

HKLM\ SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\ Windows NT\ CurrentVersion\ Terminal Server\ CentralPublishedResources\ PublishedFarms\ <collectionAlias>\ Applications

Thanks.

-TP
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Jordan SmithAuthor Commented:
Found answer to my own question on another forum.  Tested and verified.
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