Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan) is a great tool to consolidate multiple RDP connections into a single window to prevent desktop clutter.
Update 24-6-2021: RDCMan 2.8.1 is available. Please see here.
Update 19-11-2014: RDCMan 2.7 is now available. Please see here. Update 29-3-2017: 2.2 is no longer available for download – please use the 2.7 download link.
The tool can be downloaded from the Download Centre.
There are a couple of things worth noting about the tool:
It will install into the x86 Program Files folder on a x64 machine:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Remote Desktop Connection Manager
Do not save your custom RDG files in the installation folder, just in case your local workstation dies and the file is gone. I always keep my .RDG files in a subfolder of My Documents, which is a redirected folder to a file server.
The RDG files are portable, and you can share them within your organisation. For example, when you get a new admin give them a copy of the RDG files and they are able to review your list of servers and get connected easily – assuming they have the permissions….
The help file is located in the same directory – unsurprisingly this is called help.htm
Finally and most importantly, please say a big thank you to Julian Burger the developer who wrote this and David Zazzo for working to get it released!!