Remote Desktop Connection Mising Server 2012 R2 Standard

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I have a hopefully simple issue to resolve, remote desktop connection has disappeared from our server 2012 R2, I had removed hyper v and some other services the other day from the server so I must have removed it then. I just need remote desktop connection so I can connect to other servers on the network from this server?
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coreccAsked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
You don't see the shortcut?  What happens when you search for mstsc or open a command prompt and type that in and press enter?
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coreccAuthor Commented:
that's it, thanks. I was searching for "remote desktop connection" which use to work, but stopped showing up in the search results, mstsc works though.
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