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Hi geeks out there,
Today I was running into an issue publishing an old legacy application as a RemoteApp. The application is located on a network share with several parameters. A network drive also has to be mounted.
On the first RD SH I created a shortcut with all the parameters pointing to the application and tried to publish this using powershell. But the application did not start. After that I tried several other powershell command with no luck.
Finally I created a .cmd file on the local RD SH with the the command:
On the Connection Broker I used following PowerShell Command to implement the application as RemoteApp:
New-RDRemoteApp -Alias “AliasName” -CollectionName “CollectionName” -DisplayName “DisplayName of the App” -FilePath “C:Sourcestoyourcmd.cmd” -IconPath “C:SourcesyourICO.ICO”
Make sure you create all the source files on all the session host in the collection.
Hope this helps!
Hi – It’s me, Al
Blog post updated: July 19th 2017
Remote Desktop Services (RDS) on Windows Server 2012 R2 is now on market since a while. Let’s have a look at the 2012 R2 Certificate configuration (for a Lab).
First we have to create a template on the internal Certificate Authority (CA). We use a Workstation Authentication Template for that. Open your CA Manager – Cartificate Templates – Manage
Duplicate the “Workstation Authentication” Template.
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