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I log in to 6 different remote desktops on a regular basis. I have separate .rdp files for each, but Windows only stores one set of login info or something like that, so no matter which rdp I open it pre-poulates with the last credentials used, which may not apply to what I want to connect to. Ideally, when I open an rdp, I'd like it to log in automatically with the correct info, but at the very least I'd like the correct user name pre-poulated. Can anything be done? Even a 3rd party solution would be ok.
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by:Thomas Grassi
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See attached

You can setup a short cut to mstsc

Once for each of your RDP connections

mstsc is what I use to connect via rdp
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tailoreddigital earned 2000 total points
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Been in your shoes.   I've even done the whole bunch of shortcuts idea too, didn't work.  The shortcuts just didn't maintain the login info.       I have about 25 systems i RDP into regularly,   This solved all my problems,

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=21101


And it's free
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by:K_Deutsch
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Finally!!! This made my day, thanks.
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When i found it, it made my day too.

It has extra features that are very handy.
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