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NK2 File Equivalent for RD Client?

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In Outlook, the list of past email recipients (the addresses that appear in the pull-down list) live in the NK2 file.  What's the equivalent file for Remote Desktop client?
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Server and username are stored in Registry at "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client"
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