Specify the Data Source for TS Web Access

Updated: March 15, 2010

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

You can configure TS Web Access to populate the list of RemoteApp programs that appear in the Web Part from a specific terminal server or terminal server farm. By default, TS Web Access populates its list of RemoteApp programs from a single terminal server and points to the local host. The Web Part is populated by all RemoteApp programs that are enabled for TS Web Access on that terminal server's RemoteApp Programs list.

To complete the following procedure, you must log on to the TS Web Access server by using the local Administrator account or an account that is a member of the TS Web Access Administrators group on the TS Web Access server.

  1. Connect to the TS Web Access Web site. To do this, use either of the following methods:

    • On the TS Web Access server, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, point to Terminal Services, and then click TS Web Access Administration.

    • Use Internet Explorer to connect to the TS Web Access Web site. By default, the Web site is located at the following address, where server_name is the name of the TS Web Access server:


      If you have configured the Web site to use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), connect to https://server_name/ts.

  2. Log on to the site by using either the local Administrator account, or an account that is a member of the local TS Web Access Administrators group. (If you are already logged on to the computer as one of these accounts, you are not prompted for credentials.)

  3. On the title bar, click the Configuration tab.

    If you access the TS Web Access Web site by using the TS Web Access Administration option, the page automatically opens to the Configuration tab.

  4. In the Editor Zone area, in the Terminal server name box, enter the name of the terminal server or terminal server farm that you want to use as the data source.

  5. Click Apply to apply the changes.

To test TS Web Access, see Connect to TS Web Access.

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