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Remote Desktop Connection - How to save connections list?

Posted on 2012-03-16
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I'm just about to do a clean reinstall of Windows 7 and I'm creating a big to-do list of backup settings and other things to look out for. Anyway, one of the things I'm having a bit of difficulty with finding info on is how to backup the settings in Remote Desktop Connection.

Where are these details saved and is there an easy way of exporting them to my new setup?
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Windows credentials manager stores the credentials, which you can export as outlined here:
http://www.techtalkz.com/windows-7/516035-credential-manager-windows-7-a.html
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Great, thanks. I didn't need everything in the list I have but easier to import the lot and delete the ones I don't need than doing things the other way around
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