Monthly Archives: December 2013

Step by Step Customizing RD Web Access 2012 R2 – Part 1

This is the first post in a series that focuses on customizing the RD Web Access 2012 R2 interface. This post will not focus on Branding, I will address that in later posts. Update: It turns out the option to

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Step by Step Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services – Part 3

A step by step guide to build a Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services deployment. Part 3 – Adding Session Hosts and Load Balancing session collections. In part two I detailed how to do an advanced installation, using separate servers

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Step by Step Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services – Part 2

A step by step guide to build a Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services deployment. Part 2 – Deploying an advanced setup. In part one I detailed how to do a single server installation. In case you missed it, or

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Show form version in Infopath with XPath

‘What form version do you use?’ ‘Is this the most recently updated InfoPath form?’ Usually you get those particular questions from your endusers who are using InfoPath forms. Sometimes it appears that if you modified a formtemplate, the ‘update & save’ option in the

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Sidder: Quickly see which User Profile Disk maps to which Domain User

UPDATE November 23rd 2014: I removed the download link. There’s a new version available, along with a new blog post. Working with a Remote Desktop Services deployment where User Profile Disks are used in an environment with a lot of

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Step by Step Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services – Part 1

A step by step guide to build a Windows 2012 R2 Remote Desktop Services deployment. Part 1 – Deploying a single server solution. Although it is called a single server installation, we will need 2 servers as shown below.  

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Redirect to the Remote Web Access pages (/RDWeb)

If you have published Remote Desktop Web Access out of the box, and you visit http(s)://<url for remote desktop web access>, you’ll be presented with the IIS welcome page: To prevent this you need to redirect the root to /RDWeb.

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Posted in Remote Desktop, Windows 2012, Windows 2012 R2
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