The PowerShell (RDM CmLet) automatically opens an embedded PowerShell window. Remote Desktop Manager snap-in allows for quick and robust automation of actions such as add/edit/open of sessions, the possibilities are endless.
Since its release, this highly-requested feature has become very useful in solving user requests. A quick search through our forum reveals many usages of the cmdlets, such as automating the creation of Windows Start Menu shortcuts for every Remote Desktop Manager session.
To learn more, you can find full Remote Desktop Manager cmdlet documentation available in PowerShell scripting or directly in PowerShell using the Get-Help cmdlet.
You will find on GitHub multiple PowerShell script to import edit or interact with the Remote Desktop Manager data.