Until a create connection dialog exists, options for the connection may be passed at the "Please enter hostname of the RDP server" prompt.

	[domain\][username@]hostname[:port][/options]
	
	where hostname may be: 	
			an ip like 192.168.1.100
			a fully qualified hostname mypc.mywork.com
			and sometimes just a hostname mypc (this rarely works)
			
	and /option may be one or more of:
			/s enable sound
			/l leave sound on remote (play sound on PC's speakers)
			/0 console mode 
			/n reset license information before connecting
			/8 use by itself when connecting to win8 machines (only in 0.3.2)

Some examples:

administrator@mypc.myhome.com
Connects as administrator to mypc
administrator@mypc.myhome.com/s
Connects as administrator to mypc, and redirects sound to the touchpad.
administrator@mypc.myhome.com:3399/l
Connects as administrator to mypc on port 3399 and plays sound on the PC's speakers.
mydomain\myusername@myserver.myhome.com/0/s
Connects as mydomain\myusername to myserver's console, and redirects sound to the touchpad
mydomain\myusername@myw2k8r2.myhome.com/n/l
Connects as mydomain\myusername, leaving the sound at the PC, after reseting the device license.