Preventing Server Manager From Loading

Steve Stedman shows how to prevent the Server Manager app from loading whenever you RDP into a Windows Server machine:

If you frequently connect to many different SQL Server as I do, you are probably used to the Server Manager loading slowly when you log in with Remote Desktop.

The Server Manager has a bad reputation for taking up lots of CPU over time and possibly even bogging down a SQL Server when left open for days on end.

To prevent this from automatically loading you can do the following to quickly disable it for your user session, and your future user sessions.

Read on for the steps.

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