Save Connection Settings to File
Applies To: Windows MultiPoint Server 2012
Using Remote Desktop, you can connect to a MultiPoint Server system from another computer. If the remote computer supports Remote Desktop Protocol, the connection to the computer can be established automatically.
There are three types of connection files you can create:
MultiPoint Manager connection file: Allows MultiPoint Manager to be run on another computer as a remote application.
MultiPoint Dashboard connection file: Allows MultiPoint Dashboard to be run on another computer as a remote application.
Remote station connection file: Allows another computer to connect to the MultiPoint Server system as a remote station.
To save system connection settings to a file
Open MultiPoint Manager in station mode, and then click the Home tab.
In the Computer column, click the name of the computer for which you want to save the connection settings to a file.
Under *<computer name>*Tasks, click Save connections to file. The Save Connection Settings to File page is displayed.
Choose the type of connection file you want to create, and then click OK.
Choose the folder where you want to save the file, edit the File name if preferred, and then click Save.