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Join system administrators IT professionals and database professionals in addition to managers at all levels who work with Microsoft technologies for the Sarasota IT Pro Camp on Saturday, February 18th, 2012. IT Pro Camps are focused on serving the needs of IT Pro’s (Windows system administrators). IT Pro’s ...
This post explains how to list SQL Server Instances installed on the current server, using the Powershell Get-ItemProperty Cmdlet. The Get-ItemProperty Cmdlet gets the properties of a specific item. In this example, the command displays the Name and Data from the registry entries in the SQL registry subkey.Notice the ...
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