While bragging to my buddy Bill about how cool this new open source remote desktop app Terminals was, he showed me an even better tool, visionApp Remote Desktop (vRD), that he uses for the same thing. After a quick 5 minute install and configuration I clearly liked vRD over Terminals and any other RDP tool I had used.
Here’s a blurb from the vendor’s website about the program:
vRD is a tool which allows the management of RDP connections to servers. vRD is ideal for administrators who need to maintain simultaneous connections to multiple servers. Connection-specific settings and login credentials can be organized in folders and subfolders for quick access.The new version 1.5 further extends the ease of use. Coming, amongst others, with support for Microsoft Vista, support for multi-monitor environments, support for setting the color depth and support for setting various performance options, vRD 1.5 offers many new features for hassle-free handling of multiple RDP connections.
I definitely suggest checking out this freeware app if you’re a frequent user of numerous RDP connections.