Remote Desktop Connection Manager

There are many commercial solutions around for managing remote desktop connections, there is also a lesser known free tool from Microsoft called Remote Desktop Connection Manager that handles most of your day to day needs.

You can save various configurations against groupings of servers allowing the terminal services settings to be defined at the root, per group of servers or on a server by server basis. This allows saving of credentials for a specific group of servers which can be very handy and make connecting easier to manage.

All the usual terminal services settings are in there so configuration can be quite granular. Enough chat though, here's the link:


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