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Getting an error (193) error when launching a published app from a MAC.

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I have published an app on a Windows 2012 RDS server which calls a .jnlp java file.  

When I launch this app from a PC, it is fine.  But a MAC, I am getting the below error:

An error (193) occurred while creating user logon.
This initial program cannot be started: "c:\program files (x86)\......\myapp.jnlp".  

Please advise if you have an idea.  

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If I remember correctly, you can't just publish a jnlp file.  you need to publish javaws.exe with the command line switches to launch the jnlp.  or you can put your javaws in a batch file, and use that to launch your jnlp.

One other thing you can try (and this is a guess).. is publish a batch file that contains "start <path to file>\myapp.jnlp" and see if that works..

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