To date, we have yet to find a definitive instruction set on getting that happening.
For now, it is important to begin reading some of the materials available to us on the Terminal Services TS RemoteApp technology (links to Word documents on Microsoft's site):
- Win2K8 TS Gateway Server Step-by-Step Guide
- Win2K8 TS Licensing Step-by-Step Guide
- Win2K8 TS RemoteApp Step-by-Step Guide
- Win2K8 Step-by-Step to Customizing TS Web Access by Using WSS (SharePoint)
- Charlie Russel: Windows Server 2008 RemoteApps is COOL
- Ask the Performance Team: WS2008: Terminal Services RemoteApps
- Export the apps as RDP files
- Save the RDP files to the path where RWW is hosted on the SBS server
- Add the RDP MIME type to IIS on the SBS server
- Add links to the RDP files using the wizard in the SBS console
Anyone who can flesh out the above, please do so as it would be greatly appreciated by all of us! ;)
For now, we will keep plugging along to figure it out.
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