383 votesstarted · 31 comments · Management Tools » Windows Admin Center · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Dominic commented
We're coming from RDCMan with groups of RDG files broken down by Lifecycle, Function, even AD forest. The RDCMan uses XML and can be pre-configured/loaded using PowerShell scripts. We can even check out passwords and encrypt them for use within an RDG. It's fast, broken down per application and we can rebuild the RDG based on server rebuilds/decoms etc.
I see the TAG capability which might maybe work, but not sure its as flexible as the RDG/Group1/GroupLevel2/GroupLevel3/Servers breakdown.