troubleshooting Question

Remoteapps with non-standard RDS port

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Anti-Virus AppsRemote AccessWindows 10AzureWindows Server 2016
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I have a client with a 2016 RDS server using a non-standard port (not 3389) for security reasons, which works fine.
The client would like to setup a RemoteApp for it as well.  If I set the RDS server to the standard port of 33889, the remoteapp works fine, but when I change the port back to the non-standard one, I can log into the remote app wep page without issue, but when I try to start the app, I get the error;
Remote Destop can't connect to the remote computer for one of these reasons:
1 remote access to the server is not enabled
2 the remote computer is turned off
3 the remote computer is not available on the network

Can anyone help me get the remoteapps to work on the non-standard port?
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