Address Book write LDAP server command via terminal or remote desktop

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Hi folks.
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience issuing an 'address book' setting command, to ADD an LDAP entry, via terminal or remote desktop?
In particular, I want to "ADD" a new "LDAP" entry for a specific server, on 40 workstations, using terminal or remote desktop, so that I don't have to leave my desk
I recall that you can issue commands from the terminal, starting with "write"... to add such preferences.
Any thoughts, ideas, or inspiration?
Many thanks,
Derek
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Hi,
As far as I know, We couldn't use Command Shell as you list to establish a Remote Desktop. You can use
mstsc /? command to view all mstsc.exe command parameter. We can use the command
mstsc [<connection file>] to establish a Remote Desktop Connection.
However, why did you want use command shell to establish a Remote Desktop? It would be more convenient using
mstsc [<connection file>] command to establish a Remote Desktop.
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