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This is a long shot but is there a way to script out the creation of Custom Commands?

Right now when we create a new office (which is almost 2 times a months) we speend a huge amount of time creating the custom commands which all do about the same thing.

We have a bunch of groups like ORL-Managers, ORL-Staff, ORL-Superviors and so on about 15 groups total. Each office has the same set of groups the only thing differant is the 1st 3 letters so if the office is in Miami it MIA-Mangers and so on.

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Hello,

Yes, it is possible to create Custom Commands using scripts. For details, have a look at the following SDK article: http://adaxes.com/sdk/ManagingCustomCommands.html.

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