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You can bookmark a connection on the '''Krdc''' "guest" to save time with repeat tech help calls. You'll need to enter the new password for each desktop sharing session.
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You can bookmark a connection on the '''Krdc''' "guest" to save time with repeat tech help calls. You'll need to enter the new password for each desktop sharing session. But for connections on your LAN or to a remote computer say at a university, your account and password probably won't be changing and you can leave it saved in Kwallet.

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You can bookmark a connection on the '''Krdc''' "guest" to save time with repeat tech help calls. You'll need to enter the new password for each desktop sharing session. But for connections on your LAN or to a remote computer say at a university, your account and password probably won't be changing and you can leave it saved in Kwallet.
TranslationYou can bookmark a connection on the '''Krdc''' "guest" to save time with repeat tech help calls. You'll need to enter the new password for each desktop sharing session. But for connections on your LAN or to a remote computer say at a university, your account and password probably won't be changing and you can leave it saved in Kwallet.

You can bookmark a connection on the Krdc "guest" to save time with repeat tech help calls. You'll need to enter the new password for each desktop sharing session. But for connections on your LAN or to a remote computer say at a university, your account and password probably won't be changing and you can leave it saved in Kwallet.


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