Whenever you run the TS Client without specifying an explicit RDP file, the settings used for the remote session are always automatically saved back to Default.rdp. This is a hidden file located in your “My Documents” or “Documents” folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\user1\My Documents>attrib A H C:\Documents and Settings\user1\My Documents\Default.rdp
If you wish to use an RDP file other than Default.rdp, you can specify the RDP file directly from the command line:
Or, you can click Open, select the RDP file, and then click Connect.
Is it possible to arbitrarily create a RDP session? e.g. change the "screen mode id:i:" in the saved file and then be able to connect to two simultaneous RDP sessions (with same credentials) - one could be the 'saved' one and the new id would create a completely new session.
I'm not sure but I believe this used to be possible before the no session-0 fix.