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hello, is there a way to connect to remote desktop with mstsc command line, supplying server,username,password etc... without the RDP file ?
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yes, almost - you can't set the username and password.

/v:servername or IP
/f = fullscreen
/console = console mode

there's more - type mstsc /? for the other switches, but these are the main ones.
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