Windows Server 2008 has a great new MMC Snap-in called “Remote Desktops”. With this snap-in, you can create a saved MMC configuration (called a .MSC) that has all the frequent machines you connect to, already preconfigured. From there, you can open that saved MMC console and connect to your “menu” of remote desktops and servers.
To use the “remote desktops” snapin, go to Start -> Run -> mmc and add the “remote desktops” snap-in. Once added, add the servers you want to manage and then save it for future use.
David Davis has served as an IT Manager for over 15 years. He has a number of certifications including CCIE #9369, MCSE, CISSP, & VCP. Additionally, David has authored over one hundred articles, a number of video training courses including Windows XP, Wireless Networking, Linux Administration, ISA Server, A+ Certification, Microsoft Virtual Server, & VMware Server & Workstation. David publishes Cisco Networking how-to articles & videos at his website, HappyRouter.com.