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Upgrade to Microsoft Edge to take advantage of the latest features, security updates, and technical support. Feedback will be sent to Microsoft: By pressing the submit button, your feedback will be used to improve Microsoft products and services. Privacy policy. Download Remote Desktop Connection Manager KB Run now from Sysinternals Live. RDCMan manages multiple remote desktop connections.

It is useful for managing server labs where you need regular access to each machine such as automated checkin systems and data centers. Servers are organized into named groups. You can connect or disconnect to all servers in a group with a single command. You can view all the servers in a group as a set of thumbnails, showing live action in each session.

Servers can inherit their logon settings from a parent group or a credential store. Thus when you change your lab account password, you only need to change the password stored by RDCMan in one place. Passwords are stored securely by encrypting with either CryptProtectData using the locally logged on user’s authority or an X certificate.

You can obtain this from the Microsoft Download Center: XP; Win Upgrade note: RDG files with this version of RDCMan are not compatible with older program versions.

Any legacy RDG file opened and saved with this version will be backed up as filename. The Remote Desktop Connection Manager display consists of the menu, a tree with groups of servers, a splitter bar, and a client area. Most work, such as adding, removing, and editing servers and groups, can be accomplished via right-clicking on a tree node. Servers and groups can be moved using drag-and-drop. Use the [View. Server tree location] menu option to locate the tree at the left or right edge of the window.

The server tree can be docked, auto-hidden, or always hidden via the [View. Server tree visibility] menu option. When the server tree is not displayed, servers can still be accessed through the Remote Desktops menu. When the tree is auto-hidden, the splitter bar remains visible at the left side of the window. Hovering over it will bring the server tree back into view. The client area display depends on the node selected in the tree.

If a server is selected, the client area shows the remote desktop client for that server. If a group is selected, the client area shows a thumbnail of the servers within that group.

The size of the client area can be specified via the View menu, as well as resizing the RDCMan window. Use [View. Lock window size] to prevent the window from being resized by dragging the frame. Caution: Connected servers can receive focus from keyboard navigation of the thumbnail view. It is not always obvious which server has focus, so be careful. There is a setting to control this: [Display Settings.

Allow thumbnail session interaction]. Multiple monitors can be spanned if enabled by the monitor spanning option. You can find the full list of Terminal Services shortcut keys here. Some of these can be configured from the Hot Keys tab. The top-level unit of organization in RDCMan is a remote desktop file group. Servers can’t live outside of a group and groups can’t live outside of a file. A group contains a list of servers and configuration information such as logon credentials.

Configuration settings can be inherited from another group or the application defaults. Groups can be nested but are homogenous: a group may either contain groups or servers, but not both. All the servers in a group can be connected or disconnected at once. When a group is selected in the tree view, the servers underneath it are displayed in a thumbnail view. The thumbnails can show the actual server windows or simply the connection status.

Global thumbnail view properties can be adjusted via the [Tools. Smart groups are populated dynamically based on a set of rules.

All ancestors of sibiling groups of the smart group are eligible for inclusion. When a server is in the connected state, it is automatically added the to Connected virtual group. Servers cannot be explicitly added or removed from the Connected group. There are sometimes situations where a server disconnects and will be intentionally offline for an unspecified length of time, e.

when rebooting after an OS update. When this is the case, drag the server in question to the Reconnect group. RDCMan will continually attempt to connect to the server until it is successful. The Favorites virtual group is a flat file of your favorite servers. You can add any server from the server tree.

This is helpful when you have many servers in the tree and often work with a handful of servers from different groups. The Connect To Virtual Group contains the servers that are not members of user-created groups. See Ad Hoc Connections for details. The Connect To group is visible while ad hoc connections exist and disappears when there are none.

A server has a server name the computer’s network name or IP address , an optional display name, and logon information. The logon information may be inherited from another group.

Servers can be imported into a group from a text file. The file format is simply one server name per line:. All servers are imported into the same group with the same preferences. If a server is imported that has the same name as an existing server, the existing server’s preferences are updated to the new ones. Ad hoc server connections can be created via the [Session.

Connect to] feature. These servers will be added to the Connect To Virtual Group. From there they can be converted into real servers by moving them to a user-created group. Servers remaining in the Connect To group are not persisted when RDCMan exits.

In the [Connection Settings] tab, enter the role name and role instance name into Load balance config as described here e. Certain key combinations and Windows actions can be tricky to perform over the remote session–particularly when RDCMan itself is started within a remote session–e.

These are available from the [Session. Send keys] and [Session. Remote actions] menu items. The [Tool. Options] menu item brings up the Options Dialog. Global settings, e. the client area size, are modifiable from here. Most server-related options, e. hot keys and those on the experience page, will not take effect until the next time that server is connected. Hide main menu until ALT pressed The main menu can be hidden until the ALT key is pressed or the window caption area is left clicked. Auto save interval You can have RDCMan periodically save the open files automatically.

Check the auto-save check box and specify the interval in minutes for saving. An interval of 0 will not save periodically but will suppress the save prompt when exiting RDCMan. Prompt to reconnect connected servers on startup RDCMan remembers which servers where connected when the program was exited.

On the next run you are prompted to choose which servers to reconnect. Disabling this option automatically reconnects all previously connected servers. See Command Line for command line switches that affect this behavior. Default group settings Clicking this button opens a dialog to configure the settings for the base level of the inheritance hierarchy.

if a File group is set to inherit from its parent, this is where the settings come from. Click to select gives focus to remote client When selecting a node in the server tree control with a mouse click, the default behavior is to keep focus on the tree control. There is an option to change this to focus on the selected server. Dim nodes when the tree control is inactive RDCMan can dim the tree control when it is inactive. This presents a more obvious visual distinction of keyboard focus.

Client Area Size This option resizes the client area of the RDCMan window. The options are also available from the [View.