Is there a way to explicitly add NMAKE argument via Build.cs/Target.cs?

CppStandard = CppStandardVersion.Cpp17 option in Build.cs/Target.cs compiles well with c++17 syntax(such as init-if), but my intellisence cannot detect it’s c++17.

Specifically, I’m using ReSharper C++ 2019.2 with Visual Studio 2019, but to work with c++17 syntax highlight, I need NMAKE argument /std:c++17.

I can manually add a argument like this:
But I have to add a argument every time I refresh/regenerate Visual Studio project.

Is there any way to explicitly add NMAKE arguments?