Windows 7 Professional as RemoteApp Server

By dose | September 27, 2019
Under: Uncategorized

I found out, that Windows 7 Professional doesn’t support providing RemoteApps to clients per default, only Windows 7 Enterprise, Ultimate or higher provides this functionality.
But fortunately, I found this thread on github.
You need to follow all the instructions in the thread:
The following files can be found in various subdirectories of the %SystemRoot%\WinSXS directory and copied to the appropriate place:


Then register the components:

RegSvr32 %SystemRoot\system32\tspubwmi.dll
mofcomp %SystemRoot%\system32\wbem\tsallow.mof

Now patch %SystemRoot%\system32\rdpinit.exe (0x8000404 to 0x00000001)

rdpinit.exe (1.7601.17514) 32bit:

0000568E: 04 01
0000568F: 40 00
00005690: 00 00
00005691: 80 00

rdpinit.exe (1.7601.17514) 64bit:

0000611D: 04 01
0000611E: 40 00
0000611F: 00 00
00006120: 80 00

Finally add registry keys:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\TerminalTypes\eddcc3ce-6e7e-4f4b-8439-3d9ad4c9440f]
"Name"="Remote Applications Terminal"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server\ConnectionHandler\eddcc3ce-6e7e-4f4b-8439-3d9ad4c9440f]
"Description"="Default Connection Handler"
"Name"="Default Connection Handler"

Now restart Terminal services and use RemoteAppTool to create Remote Applications and .rdp files for the clients.

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