Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz: Enabling RemoteApp Programs for RD Web Access

Applies to the "Design and implement a presentation virtualization environment" objective of Exam 70-416.

Q: A company's administrator needs to enable three newly installed programs for use by users of Remote Desktop Web Access.

When viewing the RemoteApp Programs list on the Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) server using RemoteApp Manager, the administrator notices some values of Yes in the RD Web Access column. How should the administrator proceed?

  1. Click the newly installed programs and select Disable in RD Web Access
  2. Click the newly installed programs and select Show in RD Web Access
  3. Click the newly installed programs and select Hide in RD Web Access
  4. Click the newly installed programs and select Enable in RD Web Access

Answer is B. When configuring programs for use using Remote Desktop Web Access, the RemoteApp Program must show a value of Yes in the RD Web Access column of the RemoteApp Programs list found in RemoteApp Manager on the RD Session Host. After clicking a program in the list, the options for Show in RD Web Access or Hide in RD Web Access are available options in the Action pane.

Quick Tip: Remote Desktop Web Access can also be configured to provide users access to virtual desktops through RemoteApp and Desktop Connection.

Reference: Enable RemoteApp Programs for Remote Desktop Web Access

Bonus Question: App-V 5 applications are supported on Mac, Windows Phone, Android, iOS, and other heterogonous devices, using which System Center 2012 SP1 application? (The answer, of course, will be revealed next time!)

Answer to bonus question from last week: The steps required to build a RemoteApp distribution file (MSI or RDP) include; using the RemoteApp Wizard, a MSI or RDP file can be created from any program in the RemoteApp Programs list. For more information see the TS RemoteApp Step-by-Step Guide at http://technet.microsoft.com.
 

About the Author

Andy Barkl, MCT/MCITP/MCSA, A+, Network+, Security+, CCNA has been studying technology for 30 years. Of the last 15 years, he has spent much of his time parting the knowledge and experience he has gained through IT exams, over 300, to help others be prepared and successful. He teaches classes in Phoenix, Ariz. where he has lived most of his life. He can be reached by e-mail at andy.barkl@gmail.com.

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