SBS 2008 – Adding Terminal Server to Remote Web Workplace (RWW)
This is my site Written by Grant on June 9, 2010 – 5:21 am

Follow this from technet as it worked for me:

To add a Terminal Services server in Application mode to the Select Computer drop-down list in Remote Web Workplace

  1. Open Registry Editor.
  2. Open the following registry key:


    If the RemoteUserPortal key does not exist, create it.

  3. Create the following multi-string (REG_MULTI_SZ) key:


  4. Type the name of your terminal services server. Type one name per line.

    Verify that the name is exactly the same as the server. If a server key already exists, modify its value. If the type isn’t correct, remove it first, and then recreate it.

  5. Click OK.


Others have suggest there may be more required: eg:

 To add a terminal server to the list of available computers clients can connect to using SBS 2008 RWW:

  •  Make sure that the Terminal Server is in the SBSServers OU (the default will put it in the SBSComputers OU).
    • Open dsa.msc, navigate to MyBusiness->Computers container to find the SBSServers and SBSComputers OUs.
    • Drag the TS into the SBSServers OU. Ignore the warning.
    • NB Also make sure any Group Policies as required are transferred along with the computer object!
  • Open Regedit, and navigate to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SmallBusiness.If there is a RemoteUserPortal key, open it. If it doesn’t exist, create it.
  • Create a new multi-string value (REG_MULTI_SZ) called TsServerNames.
  • Edit the multi-string value, adding the exact server names of your terminal servers, each on its own line.
  • Close regedit, and stop and restart RWW.

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