It allows establishing of multiple remote connections at one time, and disconnecting and reconnecting to them with ease. Furthermore, RDCM also allows users to save remote connection configurations as projects, so you can easily load a particular set of connections at just a few clicks.
Usage is fairly simple, but offers advanced tools for power users. Adding a new computer is as simple as adding a new server once you have created a new group. An advanced settings dialog lets you input the machine information, with the good thing being the software’s ability to import the parent systems information for establishing connections.
I have tested it on XP SP3. Seems happy enough.RDCM works fine with all versions of Windows above Windows Vista. For users running Windows XP or Server 2003, Remote Desktop Connection client software version 6 or newer is required. We tested RDCM on Windows 7 32-bit operating system.
Article source: Link: Manage Multiple Windows Remote Desktop Connections [Windows 7]
Microsoft link: Remote Desktop Connection Manager
Its very nice, I do prefer RoyalTS but ever since it went commercial I have not upgraded (1.5.1 is still full version for free) so this may be another option.
I use MRemote to look after all our servers very nice piece of software to be honest not had any problems with it.
Been using Remote Desktop Connection Manager and it makes my life so much easier! Great piece of software.
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