RD Web Feed get stuck

Just installed a new RDP-Server with Windows Server 2016. Gateway, Connectionsbroker, Sessionhost, Licensing and WebAccess are on the same machine.
Everythings works fine, until the RD Web Feed (....RDWeb/FeedLogin/WebFeedLogin.aspx) which I would use for remoteapp and desktop connections on Windows 10 1709 64bit

Just after I insert the URL, the Login pops up and then... nothing: It hangs there for hours without error.

I didn't find any errors in every Log-File I know and in the IIS-Log it creates hundret listings like this per minute:

::1, DOMAIN\user, 3/21/2018, 13:23:00, W3SVC1, servername, ::1, 1, 1388, 1380, 200, 0, GET, /RDWeb/FeedLogin/WebFeedLogin.aspx, -,
::1, DOMAIN\user, 3/21/2018, 13:23:01, W3SVC1, servername, ::1, 1, 1388, 1380, 200, 0, GET, /RDWeb/FeedLogin/WebFeedLogin.aspx, -,

RDWeb works without problems
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I have been using remoteapps for maybe a decade now. The only time this connection does not work (in my experience), is when the proxy settings at the client are irregular. Please compare these to those of a working system.
Sajid Shaik MSystem AdminCommented:
check weather the following  fixes installed on server







if find any of there uninstall and restart n check

all the best
MorphillAuthor Commented:
We do not use any proxy, just tried it on another network, same problem, even when I try it on the server itself
An we have an old one, that functions for years

None of these fixes are installed:

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Open internet explorer and go to https://yourserver.local/rdweb
Does that work?
MorphillAuthor Commented:
Yes ist does:

https://localhost/rdweb (with certificate false)
https://fqdn/rdweb (certificate right)
https://webproxy/rdweb  (certificate right)

I also tried all 3 links, all the same
And you can logon and start the remoteapps that way through the browser?
MorphillAuthor Commented:
Yes, all 3 links work:

Hm can't tell you what's wrong, then. Here, this combination 1709 + server 2016 does not show this problem. Please try different client OS' for a test (win7/8.1, clean installs, no additional software).
MorphillAuthor Commented:
I will try tomorrow
MorphillAuthor Commented:
I try on different networks and clients, even from home over vpn
I installed the whole new rdp role.
Nothing works, same issue

I think I would reinstall the whole server from the scratch
Maybe the best idea.

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