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Call VisualStudio command using Powershell

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Hi
I would like to call the VisualStudio "Run Custom Tool" command, found in the Solution-Explorer by right clicking any ".edmx",  via Powershell
Can some one tell me how to access this command?
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it seems not possible from outside the VS:
Run a Visual Studio custom tool at build time
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