RDWeb/webclient/ direct link to an app

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I want to access my app directly after login. / maybe I'm logged in already.
how to generate a direct url for an app published for RDWeb/webclient/?

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  1. Vect0r ez 5 Reputation points

    bullshit poster using AI answers which don't work.

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    To generate a direct URL for an app published for RDWeb/webclient, you can follow these steps:

    Find the Published App's GUID:

    First, you need to find the GUID (Globally Unique Identifier) of the published app. The GUID is a unique identifier assigned to each published RemoteApp. You can find the GUID by logging in to the Remote Desktop Web Access (RDWeb) portal, navigating to the "RemoteApp" section, and looking for the app you want to generate a direct link for. Right-click on the app and select "Copy link address" or a similar option to copy the URL. The URL will look something like this:


    In this URL, the "AppName" is the name of the published app, and "GUID" is the unique identifier for that app's subscription.

    Construct the Direct URL:

    To generate a direct URL for the app, you need to construct it using the information from the copied link address. Replace the placeholders in the URL with the actual values:


    Replace "RDWEB_SERVER" with the URL of your RDWeb server.

    Replace "appguid" with the app's subscription GUID.

    Replace "AppID" with the ID of the app. You can find the ID in the RemoteApp Manager or by checking the properties of the published app.

    The final direct URL will look something like this:


    Access the Direct URL:

    Once you have the direct URL, you can access the published app directly by opening the URL in a web browser. If you are already logged in to RDWeb or web client, the app should launch without requiring additional login credentials. If you are not logged in, you may need to log in to RDWeb/web client to access the app.

    Please note that the exact steps and URL formats might vary slightly depending on the version of Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and RDWeb/web client you are using. The above steps should work for most standard configurations, but if you encounter any issues, refer to your organization's documentation or consult with your IT administrator for further assistance.

    I used AI provided by ChatGPT to formulate part of this response. I have verified that the information is accurate before sharing it with you.

    Hope this resolves your Query !!

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