We are now going to start the installation process, starting with configuring the server that is going to be used for delivering the session-based desktops, and adding the RDSH role to it.
The installation process is relatively straightforward and is illustrated in the following schematic diagram:
In the example lab, there is already a Windows Server 2012 server ready built, called RDSH Desktops, to perform this role.
You can only have either desktop sessions or a published application per session collection on an RDSH host server. There is a workaround to have both; however, it is not supported. ...