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Which Start Menu for Terminal Server 2012?

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Hi all!

I am configuring Terminal Server on 2012 R2 user environment. I will replicate it for all new users, and could use a few pointers on how to get rid of the 2012 R2 junk in place of start menu.

Is there maybe some kind of GPO that could do that, or something similar to it?

The other option (I am leaning to), is to simply install and configure stable version of Classic Shell, and go with it.

Thanks!
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Hi.

You can uninstall the metro apps, if that is the junk you are referring to. And you can configure what the start page looks like, what tiles are displayed. But you cannot do the same what classic shell does with GPOs.
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