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Great Free Tool for RDP Management
Monday, October 4th, 2010
I've been a remote desktop power user for as long as I can remember (at least back to when I started coding and working on multiple servers). Since that time Windows RDP has slowly improved to include encryption, proxying for RDP servers (via RD Gateways) and the list goes on. While these are all great, the RDP client has changed very little in the past 10 years.
I spend a decent amount of time each day on anywhere between 5 and 20 servers via the remote desktop client, so I was thrilled when one of my coworkers showed me Remote Desktop Connection Manager.
This handy dandy piece of software allows you to have any number of remote desktop sessions opened in a single piece of software, while maintaining profiles (which you can group as well) and custom settings. I have mine grouped by areas of servers, such as SharePoint, SQL, Domain Management, etc.
I can't tell you how much time this has saved me, not to mention annoyance, of constant minimizing and maximizing.
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