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  • How build an RDP Session Launcher for auto logon.

    Hi

    Since MS stopped using passwords in RDP files I have been using a command line RDP Launcher like LaunchRDP.exe or AutoRP.exe which allows you to specify the user name and password for automatic logon to Terminal Services. I need to create such a program with more options so I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find the information about how to launch an RDP session using the WIN API and where I could find out how to supply the user name and password. There must be some documentation about this but I have not found it yet. Any help would be appreciated. I was planning on building my own launcher using PB.

    Thanks,
    Simon

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    Have you seen:

    Multi RDP Client .NET is used for managing your RDP connections. It allows you to Import/Export .RDP files, disconnect all connection at one click, and connect all your servers at one click as well.


    Also Palantir project on CodePlex

    Not sure how much you can glean from it... or perhaps it will suffix and you can work on something else

    I just gave the "Multi Remote Desktop Client" a quick whirl. Not bad. A few things needed as mentioned in the comments there.

    Edit: Well now I see you want to create a console app! Sorry about the not so on topic reply then.
    Last edited by Frank Buzin; 24 Mar 2009, 01:34 AM. Reason: Over-looked OPs comment on needing console app

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