Remote Desktop RDWEB working in current browser?

I have a Windows 2008R2 Server running Terminal Server- I am trying to publish one app via the Web Interface.

Shows up as a published app on the server,

Problem is every current browser I have doesn't seem to play with RDWEB-

Get an error -
Browser Not Supported-
This Web browser is not supported by RD Web Access. RD Web Access requires Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.
You can download the latest version of Internet Explorer from the Windows Update Web site.

Certainly this hasn't been rendered useless by today's browsers- is there a fix for this?
funkyone60Asked:
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Rdweb works fine with modern browsers. No special tweaking required. You've got something else going on. A 3rd party app (security?) or proxy server stomping on you. Wither at the server end or client. Wireshark or firebug can help troubleshoot.
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funkyone60Author Commented:
no proxy involved and firewall disabled on both ends

no problem accessing the page- logs in just fine I can even access and use the remote desktop tab for access- just don't see the published app
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funkyone60Author Commented:
and here is the problem- apparently very common

and here is the solution

http://www.blackforce.co.uk/2013/10/24/rds-2008-browser-not-supported-ie10-ie11
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funkyone60Author Commented:
the solution i  found via google search was perfect
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