Anothter great article on customizing RD Web Access
In this second post I’ll focus on customizing the main page. That is the page a user sees after the user logs in.
Update: the third post in the series is published, which focuses on customizing the second main page (Connect to a remote PC). Read it here.
Just as a friendly reminder or if you didn’t read the first post (Step by Step Customizing RD Web Access 2012 R2 – Part 1), we’ll be editing the files in the Web Access interface, which can be found in %windir%\web\rdweb\pages\<language-code> on the RD Web Access server.
To be safe, make a full backup copy of the %windir%\web\rdweb\pages folder and subfolders.
The main page is actually made up of two pages. The first page is the page that shows you the published Desktops and RemoteApp programs. By default it looks like this:
I published several RemoteApps and arranged them…
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