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    Remote Desktop Connection irritation

    Hi - Just installed a new PC for myself - but...

    When I Remotely connect to servers, it "remembers" lots of old and inappropriate login details, and offers them up as the login first - anyone know where these are stored or how to get rid of them??

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    just below where you enter the credentioals you should have a link for edit and delete. can you see that?

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    The file that contains all the settings is called Default.rdp and is in your My Documents root. It's hidden, so you'll have to edit your view options to see the bugger.

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    If you have a lot of RDP connections/servers to manage, Royal TS is a godsend..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrHappy View Post
    just below where you enter the credentioals you should have a link for edit and delete. can you see that?
    Nope..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    The file that contains all the settings is called Default.rdp and is in your My Documents root. It's hidden, so you'll have to edit your view options to see the bugger.
    Yes - I can see that - in there it shows the credentials as administrator, as I would want - so where is it getting the other stuff from? profile??

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    By inappropriate, do you mean that the username had Bad Words in it? :P

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