When using Remote Desktop Connection, known as Microsoft Remote Desktop, it's easy to save a setting in a single file for that remote location and preference!
If you allow remote desktop connections to your PC, you can use another device to connect to your PC and get access to all your programs, files, and network resources as if you were sitting right at your desk.
But I'm not telling anything new here, if you use it often, especially on different computers it makes sense to save the settings.
|(Image-1) Save remote desktop RDP file on Windows OS!|
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Computer name, user name, ...
Select the size of the remote desktop. Drag the slider all the way to the right to use full screen mode.
Select the devices and resources to use in the remote session. Printers, clipboards, hard disks, ...
Select transfer rate to optimize performance. (Desktop Background, Font Smoothing, Desktop Themes, Visual Styles, ...)
Server authentication ensures that you are connecting to the correct remote computer. The level of verification required to establish a connection is determined by the system security policy. Configure the settings to connect through Remote Desktop Gateway when working remotely.
When you have made the appropriate settings, go back to the General tab, simply click on the "Save as..." button.
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|(Image-2) Remote Desktop Connection Save in a RDP file on Windows OS?|
In Windows you can save the settings of a selected remote desktop connection as a backup on an RDP. You can then open the saved RDP file if needed to quickly connect to the computer remotely using the same settings since the RDP file was saved.
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|(Image-3) Save Remote Desktop Connection as RDP file!|
4.) More helpful information about the remote desktop connection!
► Help, no remote desktop connection possible with Windows 10 !
► Enable remote Desktop in Windows, Starter, Home !
► Windows 10 Home or Pro version?
This example explains how to save the settings of a specific remote desktop connection in order to quickly open it later from a *.rdp file. You can use this under all Microsoft Windows Operating Systems very practical because it can be used anywhere under Microsoft Windows!
FAQ 110: Updated on: 27 July 2022 11:11