|You don't climb with out the right tools,
so use RDCMan to get higher
Why use RDCMan?
▪ If you enjoy optimised productivity, and maintaining a current server list, then you will want this tool.
▪ Saves administrative burden, since you can save connection preferences and stores your current password in an encrypted format.
▪ RDCMan is a simple add-on to Remote Desktop; it only stores a list of RDP connections with respective profile, and has the same options you see with an individual RDP saved connection.
▪ Options can be set for the group (such as connecting to local resources, etc.), and then can be changed per individual server
▪ Importing and adding servers to the list is easy, through simple text file import. Duplicates are automagically eliminated.
If you are on a team, as are most of us, I am pretty sure your DBA colleagues, would appreciate an updated RDG be provided to them, which is the Remote Desktop Group saved configuration, and list SQL Server Hosts.
Prerequisites: For the firewall conscious people out there, RDP uses Port TCP 3389, and on the server itself, Remote Desktop Connections must be enabled.
Nota bene: As I mentioned here on Simple Talk, as the first commenter - do not click on Connect Group, since you will find yourself, all of a sudden, making an RDP connection to every single server in your list!
References: Here's the official literature from Microsoft about RDCMan