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I'm able to launch SQL Server Management Studio (2014) from command line using something like below.

ssms.exe -E -S myservername -D -mydatabasename 

However, I'm not sure how to pass additional connection parameters such as multisubnetfailover=true

Is it possible to do this via commandline or through 'Target' on SSMS windows desktop properties?

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Unfortunately not. If you type ssms.exe -? or look at the documentation you'll see the list of possible options:

Ssms
[scriptfile] [projectfile] [solutionfile]
[-S servername] [-d databasename] [-U username] [-P password]
[-E] [-nosplash] [-log [filename]?] [-?]

So there is no option to specify a connection string or additional connection properties.

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