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Posted Wednesday, August 2, 2006 10:46 AM
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Hi Willhaney, just go ahead and delete the include file line altogether.  I had put that in there as a foobared place holder where people could put their own included connection files.  It seems to have caused more troubles than it was worth.  See my previous post for the constants which were included in this file.

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Posted Wednesday, August 2, 2006 10:54 AM
Right there with Babe

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I agree, I get so Enthusiastic about sharing my new discoveries with people that I often make simple mistakes in my presentations.  I am still working on the idea of creating something then coming back and looking over it again a few days later.  My lack of patience skills is not helping in this area.

Hopefully my last couple of posts have helped clear up the problems which were found in my posted files.

Is this different than the RDP snap-in from the admin tools pack?  Not really, in fact the MMC consol itself actually provides broader functionality in that it allows for various types of stap-ins in one consol.  The whole purpose of my idea is for those who specifically use the RDP snap-in and would like greater focused functionality.  This focused functionality comes in the form of Alphebetized and grouped servers, and web based functionality.

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