PowerShell Eventing and SQL Server Restores

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 05 Jul 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

When you're managing a large number of servers, it makes no sense to run maintenance tasks one at a time, serially. PowerShell is able to use events, so is ideal for, say, restoring fifty databases on different servers at once, and be notified when each is finished. Laerte shows you how, with a little help from his friends....

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