When you create an RDS infrastructure, you can give your users access to RemoteApp desktops and/or programs.
Nevertheless, know that there are different techniques to distribute these to your users.
The first way you already know is to install the Remote Desktop web access that will allow your users to use the RemoteApp desktops and/or programs they can access.
To do this, follow our tutorial : RDS - Deploy a RDS infrastructure (session-based desktops)
The other option that is very convenient for administrators and users is to configure RemoteApp and Desktops connections of Windows.
This is convenient :
As you can see, you can configure them locally.
To do this, follow our tutorial : RDS - Publish RemoteApp programs (via the graphical interface)
Or via group policies (GPO).
To do this, follow our tutorial : RDS - Configure client PCs on Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 via GPO
Another possibility (although it's no longer officially available on WS 2012 RDS servers) is to generate the RDP files of the desktops and/or RemoteApp programs that you want to make available to your users to be able to distribute them via a network share, by e-mail or by any other means of communication.
For this, follow our tutorial : RDS - Distribute RDP files of your RemoteApp programs and published desktops
The last possibility is to use a dedicated application named "Remote Desktop" available in the Windows Store.
For this, follow our tutorial : RDS - Access RemoteApp programs via the Remote Desktop modern application
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