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Copy and Paste Username and Password into RDP Session

Is there any way using 1Password, or Keepass, or any other tricky little application to be able to copy a username and password and paste it into a Remoted Destkop Connection username and password field?  We typically use Visionapp in which we can save credentials, however there are others that use the typical RDP session.
I have hundreds of servers that depending on the issue others or myself will need to login to with our clients credentials which at the moment are saved in a sharepoint list.  I would like to either be able to copy and paste them from there, or put them in a password utility for the task.  Does anyone have any suggestions, or have you accomplished this?
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That was, unfortunately my thought as well.   I was just hoping that someone had figured aout a way to make this happen.
I also found a program called "Texter" that will allow you to save different credentials and will type themin the fields for you.  Thanks for all your input.
I will probably try out the Remote Desktop connection Manager.
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