Deploying and configuring RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012

Deploying and configuring RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012

This is a landing page for articles on all aspects of the deployment and configuration of RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012 (Windows Server 8 Beta), including but not limited to:

  • Deploying RD WebAccess using a Scenario Based Deployment
  • Enabling the RD WebAccess Expired password reset option in Windows Server 2012
  • Adding folders in RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012
  • Publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012

Feel free to edit this page and add new items.

Deploying RD WebAccess using a Scenario Based Deployment

RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012 can be deployed using Role Based Deployment as well as Scenario Based Deployment. RD WebAccess can be part of both the Standard Scenario and the Quick. Scenario. For more information on deploying RDS using Scenario Based Deployment follow this link.
Scenario Based Deployment of RDS in Windows Server 2012

Enabling the RD WebAccess Expired password reset option in Windows Server 2012

You can use the following Wiki to enable the option to let users change their (expired) passwords.
Enabling the RD WebAccess Expired password reset option in Windows Server 2012

Adding folders in RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012

This wiki article explains how RemoteApps in RD WebAccess can be structured inside folders.
Adding folders in RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012

Publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012

This wiki explains how RemoteApps can be published using RD WebAccess in Windows Server 2012.
Publishing RemoteApps in Windows Server 2012

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Comments
  • Great resource. Thanks!

  • Why was the RDWeb access from 2008 R2 removed?  All I want to do is provide a web interface for my users to connect to their desktops. I don't want to install connection broker and session host just to make this happen.

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