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  • Changing SQL Server Port with Powershell

    The other week, we were fortunate to have Mark Broadbent ( blog \ twitter ) as a guest speaker at the Leeds SQL Server User Group. he did a great presentation on using Windows Server Core and SQL Server. If you haven’t taken time to learn Powershell then this could be the best reason to do so. Of course...
    Posted to Martin Bell UK SQL Server MVP (Weblog) by MartinBell on Mon, May 7 2012
  • Powershell and SQL Authentication

    In my last posting I mentioned that not everyone could use the SQL Server Provider when using Powershell. Why should this be so? To use the SQL Server Provider requires Window Authentication and uses the account running the Powershell session (see the topic “Using the SQL Server PowerShell Provider”...
    Posted to Martin Bell UK SQL Server MVP (Weblog) by MartinBell on Fri, Jan 1 2010
  • Starting/Stopping SQL Server using Powershell

    One thing I would like to see is more examples of using Powershell in Books Online! For instance the topic Managing Services and Network Settings by Using WMI Provider doesn’t have an example using WMI. So here is one! # Get an instance of the ManagedComputer object that represents the WMI Provider services...
    Posted to Martin Bell UK SQL Server MVP (Weblog) by MartinBell on Thu, Dec 31 2009
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