RDP - meaning of the order of the list of IP addresses

I reguarly RDP to my office to various desktop computers.    When I RDP (Windows XP), I see the following possible list:
xxxx  248
xxxx 110
xxxx 129
xxxx 137
...
xxxx 105

The 248 is my current office desktop which I regularly use - so I assume that's why it's on the top.    What is the meaning of the order of this list?   Is 105 on the bottom because it's the oldest connection?    So if I thought that I had connected to xxx.105 in the last day - would 105 be higher on the list?

Is there any record of RDP connections on my home laptop to these various IP addresses?

Thanks much in advance

Dee
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
I believe the list is populated in the order that they were first added. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312169 for details of how to clear entries.
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alienvoiceCommented:
Correct, they are ordered in a way that the most recently one logged in will appear at the 'top'.
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