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To use RemoteApp programs requires that RDC 60 be installed on the client computer This is automatically done with Windows Vista Business and Ultimate and Windows Server 2008 In Vista it is also automatically enabled and ready for use In Server 2008 it must be enabled, which is automatically done when you install TS, and can be manually done in the Initial Configuration Tasks window or in the Server Manager, Server Summary section An earlier Note explained how to get RDC 60 for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
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With RemoteApp programs, RDC is only tangentially used; you ll see it on startup of the RemoteApp program, but then it is gone
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An rdp file is in a sense a shortcut to a remote program on a terminal server Its use is very simple When it is made available to the client in any of the ways mentioned in Distribute a RemoteApp Program, the client should: 1 Drag the rdp file to his or her desktop if it isn t already there 2 Start the program by double-clicking it Enter a username and enter a password that has been registered on the server Click OK
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3 Verify that the server is trusted, make any desired changes to the list of the local devices that are available, and click Yes The Remote Desktop Connection window will open 4 Log onto the terminal server with the same username and password entered earlier The RDC window will close and the remote program window will open The client can use the program as if it were running on her or his computer 5 Close the program to disconnect or log off from the terminal server Figure 11-7 shows two instances of the SnagIt screen-capture program (used to take the figures and illustrations in this book) running under Windows Vista The program on
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Figure 11-7 Two instances of the same program can run on the client both in native mode and as
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the left is running in native mode on the client, as you can see by the Vista title and menu bars The program on the right is running remotely from the terminal server and has a Server 2008 title and menu bars and the taskbar icon says (Remote) NOTE In Figure 11-7, both an rdp file and an msi package are shown as desktop icons on the left The rdp file is the SnagIt 8 icon on the bottom
Using an msi Package
An msi file is an installer package that will install the link to the RemoteApp program on the client computer Once the link is installed, there is an option on the Start menu to the remote program on a terminal server When the msi package is made available to the client in any of the ways mentioned in Distribute a RemoteApp Program, the client should: 1 Drag the msi package to his or her desktop if it isn t already there 2 Double-click the msi package to begin the installation Several dialog boxes will appear giving you the status of the installation and you will be asked if you will allow the installation to take place Click Allow
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3 Start the program by clicking Start | All Programs Scroll down to and click Remote Programs, and then click the remote program to be run Select a username and enter a password that has been registered on the server Click OK
4 Verify that the server is trusted, make any desired changes to the list of the local devices that are available, and click Yes The RDC window will open 5 Log onto the terminal server with the same username and password entered earlier You will be asked if you will allow the installation to take place 6 Click Allow The RDC window will close and the remote program window will open The client can use the program as if it were running on her or his computer 7 Close the program to disconnect or log off from the terminal server
TIP You can place a shortcut to the program installed with the msi package on the desktop by opening the Windows Explorer, opening C:\Program Files\Remote Packages\, right-clicking the program, and clicking Send To | Desktop (Create Shortcut)
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