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Prevent saving on USERNAME with RDP

Posted on 2008-06-12
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I know I can prevent RDP from saving the password of a RDP session but how can i prevent it from saving the username as well?
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The simplest way is to delete the "Default.rdp" file from your My Documents.
It is a hidden file so you have to turn on "Show Hidden Files and Folders" under My computer | on the menu bar -Tools | folder options | View
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Wouldn't it just recreate when I connect to another machine?

I want to do this on a domain of 700 machines.
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>>"Wouldn't it just recreate when I connect to another machine?"
Yes. Sorry, thought we were talking about a single user.

There is a Group Policy to block saving of passwords, but not familiar with a policy to prevent saving of the other information.
All I can think of is to create a log off script with:
Del  "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\My Documents\Default.rdp"  /Y
I suspect with 700 users you likely are using redirected my docs so you would have to edit the above.
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Thanks. Not the answer I was looking for but its fine
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Thanks jjmartineziii.
Sorry I/we didn't have a better solution for you.
Cheers !
--Rob
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