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Has anyone done this?  I was able to deploy our internal database program for remote users, but they also need the ability to access Word/Excel/Outlook.  I tried installing Office 2007 but get errors.  Reading online, it appears that I need volume licensing of Office 2010 on this server to deploy Office?  On our old Server 2000 Citrix deployment, it was pretty easy...
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I have successfully deployed Access, but it was with a volume license.  If they do not need to modify the document you could deploy one of the viewers.  For example, our users were just running an .accdb file so on the final product I ended up deploying Microsoft Access Runtime instead of the full version of Access.  This did not require a license.
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Dirk Kotte earned 500 total points
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you need VLK or KMS licensing for office 2007/2010/2013 with RDS or Citrix.
http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/about-licensing/briefs/remote-desktop-services.aspx
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