Change default location where RDP save's Default.rdp

Like the user in the related question I have redirected the "My Documents" folder to a network drive. I'm trying to set up a RDP connection to a specific IP address with specific  options that I want available to all my users without making them open a saved ???.rdp file.
So what i want to do is change the default location where the default.rdp file is stored to a folder on the local C: drive of my server. Is there a place in the registry (or any other way) to change the default location of this file?
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Mike5978Author Commented:
Well once again I got figured this out myself.
Using the MSTSC [<connection file>] option I saved a .rpd file with the settings I needed then added the string to the in my case Published App and it opend up that file which I had stored on the C: drive. In other words this is what it looks like for me.

c:\windows\system32\mstsc.exe "c:\Pub_App\MnSCU.RDP"

This does what i needed it to do closed.

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