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Disable start screen in 2012 R2 RDS using group policies?

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I'm setting up a RDS server on 2012 R2.  I want the users to go to the desktop after login and if they click on the start button to have them go to a blank start screen.  Maybe the only tile to be on the start screen is the desktop tile.  Thanks for the help.
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It isn't doable by group policy alone and isn't intuitive. You'll need to manually push out a registry change via group policy preferences to get the default to desktop. And the customized start screen requires changing the default profile, which requires sysprepping an image.
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