Multiple remote desktop connections can be grouped, managed, and organized by IT administrators using the free Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan) product from Microsoft. It was developed by Windows Live Experiences developer Julian Burger to simplify the management of several remote desktop protocol connections.
System administrators can manage multiple RDP connections in a single window using RDCMan. They can also use various RDP settings for various servers or groups and save user credentials from enabling automatic authentication on RDP and remote desktop service servers.
The application is especially helpful for people who operate with large server farms or groups of computers when regular access to each machine is necessary. System administrators, server lab managers, developers, and testers fall under this category. These users benefit from RDCMan since it reduces desktop clutter by combining several RDP connections into a single window.
RDCMan was removed from sale by Microsoft in 2020 due to serious security concerns, but it has since been reintroduced as a component of the Sysinternals Suite. The current RDCMan patched the earlier serious flaw. This more recent version, which is compatible with Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 and higher, functions roughly like its predecessor.
The free Sysinternals Suite that can be downloaded from the Microsoft website includes RDCMan. However, Microsoft advises users to avoid using RDCMan in favour of a universal remote desktop client for Windows 10 or the Microsoft Terminal Services Client, claiming that the RDCMan utility is unable to keep up with ongoing technological improvements.
Multiple remote desktop connections are managed by RDCMan. It is helpful for maintaining server laboratories in places like data centres and automated check-in systems where you require regular access to each machine.Features: