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iOS Microsoft Remote Desktop app connect to RemoteAPP, without RD Web Access

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Is it possible to connect to a Server2008R2 RemoteApp using the iOS Microsoft Remote Desktop App v8.0.9, across LAN and VPN, with only the RD Session Host service installed?  That is, without RD Web Access, RD Gateway and RD Connection Broker?  The same way we can by giving a user an .rdp file?  

I don't see any place in the client to put the RemoteApp parameters into the iOS app.
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Doesn't look like it's possible unfortunately. I've had a look at the app on my iPhone and there doesn't seem to be any screens where you can put in the RemoteApp parameters.
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