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Windows 2012 Remote Desktop Gateway via web browser

Posted on 2014-01-27
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Hello everyone,

I have installed 2 (two) Windows 2012 in load balancing  (native NLB)  to provide RDG services for our domain users when working remotely.  

When using Remote Desktop Client  (Windows  RDC )  everything work flawlessly.  

When using the web client by pointing  a browser to  https://<myremoteserver.com/rdweb,  strange things happen

1.  I can  successfully  logon, no matter what browser I am using  (IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) however  only under Internet Explorer I am able to see "Connect to a remote PC" link.  Please the the image attached, first half  shows Chrome and the second half below that represents the image when I used Internet Explorer  

I am not sure why this happens but is very strange... If someone experienced the same issue then please let me know if there's a fix

Thank you all in advance for the time taken to read my question

Cheers
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ie is integrated with windows therefor more options are available and it can pass windows tokens the other software cannot
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