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Instances and Ports with PowerShell

Just a quick post and a day late for #SQLNewBlogger There are some excellent posts on that hashtag and I recommend that you read them… 154 more words


#SQLNewBlogger Week 3 – PowerShell Aliases

This is the 3rd of 4 posts for the #SQLNewBlogger challenge by Ed Leighton-Dick (@eleightondick / http://www.edleightondick.com)

My topic this week is aliases in powershell. 272 more words


Compile-AXAOT custom PowerShell function

The Compile-AXAOT custom PowerShell function will allow you to compile the AOT using the client compile.  I would recommend using the Start-AXBuildCompile function that uses the server compile if you are on AX 2012 R2 CU7 or higher as this function will compile much faster but this one will accomplish the same thing if you aren’t. 187 more words


Latest Updates to PoshRSJob

I felt the need to make a follow up to address some new updates to my module, PoshRSJob. I had my initial post which covered most of the basics of this module and covered the majority of the functions which are available to use. 487 more words


PowerShell: Get AD attributes

A while back I posted a script to monitor Active Directory LDAP response times. As part of this I had a chunk of code that not only did an LDAP lookup, but also pulled all the AD attributes into a PowerShell object. 98 more words


Grouping Data in Powershell

I needed to create a report based on data from two different databases and servers. My options were to create a SQL datawarehouse which drags in the data from the different databases – or utilize Powershell. 183 more words