You would also be required to enable the MsRdpClientShell Class (ActiveX Control) if you want to use SSO from the website.
- Ensure that you have Windows 7 SP1
- Download and install KB2574819 and restart the windows 7 client.
- Download and install KB2592687 and restart the Windows 7 client.
- Reset the internet explorer settings to the default configuration by navigating to advanced internet options settings.
- Load the Remote Desktop website from internet explorer using a version 9 browser.
- You should then be prompted with a popup stating the webpage wants to run the following add-on: ‘Microsoft Remote Desktop Services Web Access Con.. ‘ from‘ Microsoft Corporation’.
- Allow this.
- You can check whether the add-on is enabled by navigating to manage add-ons within the options menu. Look for the MsRdpClientShell Class ActiveX Control version 6.2.9200.16398.
You should now be able to load the Remote Desktop services 2012 website and launch remote apps and desktops using single sign on (SSO)