You can Remove Remote Desktop Connection History on your Windows PC. In this tutorial you will learn in easy way with the help of Registry Editor tool. Generally when You take RDP then after successful connection its save IP address of Remote PC. Next time no need to type IP address of remote PC again, just you have to select IP address and Connect. Its also store User name and PC name of remote computer. You will also learn that where windows 7 PC save this entry. For Confidentiality purpose you can remove this entry with the help of Registry Editor Tool.
Remove Remote Desktop Connection History
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- First of all Press Windows Key + R , Then type Regedit and then Press Enter.
Click on Start Button then type regedit and then press Enter.
2. Now You will see that Registry Editor Windows open, Just Navigate HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
3. Now Navigate Below Key.
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Terminal Server Client\Default
4. Default section keep last 10 remote Desktop connection entry, Now on Right-Pane you will see MRU(Most recently Used) number and IP address list. You can delete particular entry or all entry. Just Right-click on entry (MRU2) which you want to delete, then Click on Delete.
5. Now it will Ask for Confirmation then Click on Yes. Now Click on File menu then Click on Exit.
6. Now you will see that recent or particular entry has been deleted from your Remote desktop connect history.
Now other user can not see that which remote computer you have accessed. This article will help to delete recent RDP connection.
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