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    Terminal Services Passwords!

    I used to use Terminal Services (RDP 5) to connect to my Windows 2003 server's desktop and each month I'd change my password, each month I'd save a new password so for one click I'd get onto the server. It was just a matter of configuring the password each month, saving it and for another month I was happy ... I'll grant it wasn't the most secure thing but hey, it was simple.

    Then I got upgraded to version 6 and ever since I cannot find a way to save the password so what I want to know is has anyone got any way of allowing me to do this once a month with RDP 6?

    Kyu

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    SOLVED: An Option Appears ...

    ... when you specify the connection allowing you to edit the credentials for access. That then allows me to save the details over my previous file and then I have one-click access.

    Kyu

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