I’m an infrastructure guy who supports many different products at multiple datacenters in an enterprise environment. One of those products is Microsoft SQL Server which I’ve been supporting since version 6.5 back in the 1990s. In this article, I’ll be discussing how PowerShell can be used to retrieve just about any information that you would want to know about modern versions of SQL Server that you currently have running in your environment. This article isn’t meant to be a deep dive, it’s meant to get you started thinking about how you could write your own PowerShell code to retrieve the specific information that you’re looking for from your SQL Servers.
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