Remote Desktop Access

Is there a way to configure the RDA on a users workstation to automatically connect to a preset ip address (when they double click onthe icon and launch the program) without prompting the user (so that they can't change it)?
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LutherB40Asked:
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KaliKoderCommented:
Hello Luther

Yes, you can do that. As a matter of fact, you can configure a lot more options for your desktop connection (including a preset IP address or servername). Have a look at the following article for a step by step on how to do this:

How to configure your remote desktop connection for Windows:
http://www.utexas.edu/its/windows/resources/rdc_windows.html

Regards & Good Luck!
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LutherB40Author Commented:
Thanks that is exactly what I was looking for
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