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So I have an AWS instance, it's a t1.micro that's running some lightweight mysql stuff for me. I have always just logged in with the .rdp file that I tossed on my desktop. I, like an idiot, discarded / lost the pem file a while back and can no longer find it.

So that rdp file has a password saved in it / somewhere on my computer. How do I get it out.

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Just use http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/remote_desktop_password.html

It will display your password.

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