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I want to serve up a couple of remoteapps via HTML5 to 10 people.
Can you please advise on the “easiest” setup?

WSE 2016 + your RemoteApp [or] Server 2019 + your RemoteApp

  • Benjamin Start asked 3 years ago
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IMHO the “best” way to do that would be to stick with using Windows Server 2016 (Essentials or Standard with the WSEE server role added), since it’s fully supported by Microsoft until January of 2027, and use a 10-user licensed copy of our WSE RemoteApp 2016 add-in (with its RADC web feed and RD web client features enabled).

As far as which is the “easiest” setup… There really wouldn’t be all that much of a difference between going the 2016 or 2019 route here other than with 2019 you’d need to use our WSEE Installer in order to install the Windows Server Essentials Experience (whereas on Windows Server 2016 Essentials it’s already installed straight out-of-the-box).

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Thank you! I will go the WSE 2016 route and purchase the add-in.

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