Regardless of the confusion and possible misunderstanding in the past answer and comments; and upon checking more deeply and thanks to @Rinzwind for the heads-up :)
Ubuntu Desktop Remix was indeed available for Free Download from http://blog.canonical.com/2012/05/10/the-new-business-desktop-remix-is-out-now/ and was based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
from above link I quote;
"Designed for corporate and government organisations evaluating Ubuntu for their desktop infrastructure, the Business Desktop Remix is a simple base image that can be deployed into your corporate environment or used as a starting point for further customisation.
To save time in deployment, we’ve removed games, social networking programs, file sharing apps and technical tools. In their place, you’ll find software more appropriate for a corporate environment, including VMware View, the Adobe Flash Plugin and the OpenJDK 6 Java runtime environment. Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix provides full language support in both 32 and 64-bit builds, just like the standard Ubuntu. Users also benefit from the great new productivity features introduced in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, including built-in support for Microsoft Windows RDP 7.1 and the Microsoft Visio diagram importer in LibreOffice Draw."
Also; Register now to download Ubuntu Business Desktop Remix – and start evaluating what Canonical can do for you today.
Finally; this is a pretty good concept and I wish Canonical avail it once again as an Ubuntu flavor in addition to Server and regular Desktop Downloads.