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#1 Strada


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Posted 08 January 2016 - 06:41 AM

Hi There everyone,


Happy new year to all, may it be good to all :-)


I am new to server 2012, and so please forgive me for any silly questions but I currently work (limited) with server 2003.


On 2003 we run a domain with quite a lot of users, when I setup a user on the domain I use the environment tab up to point them to start in there different environments.When they logon to the existing 2003 domain, it takes them directly into the program.


On server 2012 I can't seem to get this to work the same way.


I have 2 application servers relevant to where the users are situated.


on the users PC's I have RDP  icons taking them to the correct environment directly without going to the application server desktop.


Please see the attachment with the basics I setup on 2012.



When I test as a user, it goes into the correct app server but brings up the desktop with all features and fails to launch the specified environment that I have set up.


I have been searching the web, but can't see where my problem is, and I have now got no further idea's :-(


Any information as to where I am going wrong, would be appreciated.






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