Okay, I am so slow on this one it is not funny.
Many of us grew to love “Remote Desktop Connections” (note the “s” at the end – it is what made it special. It allowed us to run one RDP application and have multiple RDP sessions to multiple servers defined and within very easy reach.
I don’t know about you but I have RDP windows open all the time, and I frequently waste time sorting through the list that hangs out in my task bar.
Well, the answer has finally come. Remote Desktop Connection Manager is for the Windows 2008 family and higher of operating systems. That is Vista and above.
You can find it here:
Now, the web site is a bit confusing as it also mentions Server 2003 and Windows XP (but in a vague sort of way – it is unclear in the phrasing what is meant).
It also installs and runs on Windows XP and Server 2003 if you first apply the RDP/RDS update. (I tested that).