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CmdKey.exe can be used to save passwords for MSTSC.exe

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/16

You can use CmdKey.exe to save a username/password combination to be used by MSTSC.exe

CmdKey allows you both to store and delete these credentials.


via: c# – Run mstsc.exe with specified username and password – Stack Overflow.

4 Responses to “CmdKey.exe can be used to save passwords for MSTSC.exe”

  1. gabr42 said

    Wow! Thanks!

  2. Brilliant. I was about starting a research for achieving this. Thank you.

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