How do i create a remote app connection on a windows 7 client using group policy on server 2012

I did download the powershell script but the issue seems to be the wcx file. If I manually run the powershell script it asks for the wcx path which is good. But if I enter the wcx path it comes up Connection setup failed. Consult the event log for failure information:<Applications and Services\Microsoft\Windows\RemoteApp and Desktop Connections>. But there is nothing in the log.
The wcx file I created as a text file in notepad

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
<workspace name="Enterprise Remote Access" xmlns="" xmlns:xs="">
<defaultFeed url="https://fqn of my RDS server/RDWeb/feed/webfeed.aspx" />

I also tried changing my workspace name to match my deployment which is "Workstation Resources"

I am able to setup the connection manually in the control panel but want it created automatically for the user using GP.
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
You can't. You have to enter the RDS server/RDWeb/feed/webfeed.aspx manually in Windows 7'. In Windows 8 and 8.1 this work fine with GPO.

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