2008 Terminal Services manager

Posted on 2011-05-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Is there an option to Remember server connections in Windows 2008 Terminal Services Manager like in Windows 2003?

Question by:bmcdowell540
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    by:George Sas
    I am not sure I fully understand your question.

    If you create a new group and add members to that group and add computers to that group they should be all there next time you start the "Remote Desktop Services Manager". Unless your profile it's a temporary profile or it gets deleted at log off.
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    I found it.  The setting I was looking for was in Terminal Services Configuration - RDP-Tcp Properties - Sessions.
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    I found the setting I was looking for.

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