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Remote Desktop Snap-in list export

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I was wondering if there is a way to save and then export to a different admin computer the remote desktop list of servers that you create using the Remote Desktop snap-in from the Microsoft Admin pack tool.
Every time something happens to my machine and i have to rebuild it i have to retype all of my servers again.
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Question by:scuralov
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Joseph Tshiteya earned 500 total points
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Absolutely, simply go to the File menu, select Save As..., give the file a name and a location and this file can be copied over to any location where MMC is installed and run from there.
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