|Right, they're clustered, in a farm, there's a session broker, etc. It's all setup correctly per the MS documentation. I apologize for omitting helpful information.|
There's a server that acts as the gateway or session broker to the connection hosts behind it. It has the remoteapp manager, desktop connection manager, gateway manager and session host configuration roles on it.
There are two servers behind this one. They have the remoteapp manager and session host configuration roles installed.
DNS is setup so that each of host connection servers has a record for itself and the other one. So there are four DNS records alone that point to each of these two servers. There is also a DNS record for the gateway.
So what we have are two host connection servers named rdsapp1 and rdsapp2 and a gateway named rdsgateway. There are two additional DNS records - one with the IP address for rdsapp1 and the other with the IP address for rdsapp2. - and the computer name on those two DNS records is wac-rdsapps.
All of this was setup per MS documentation. Any thoughts based on the additional information?