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Reading SQL Performance Counters using PowerShell script

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Executing Powershell SMO against a cluster with elevated privileges to update service accounts

I'm working on a Powershell script to update service accounts on named SQL instances in a failover cluster. I'm trying to use the SMO and WMI to update this so that I can update the service account ...
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Get Job id OR Job name from within executing job

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How to monitor SQL Server data and log file growth?

I'm trying to find a way to monitor data and log file size from SQL Server databases (within an SQL Server instance). I would not want to use third party tools, but simply pure SQL or PowerShell. I ...
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What “tool” to use for monitoring instances and where to store this data?

I have three SQL Server instances in my DW project, development, test and production. I also have two SSIS servers (dev/test, production). My intention is to query data from these three SQL Server ...
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How to get table columns with datatypes (and lengths) using PowerShell?

I'm trying to get column names with data types (and lengths) for SQL Server instance using PowerShell. I got this far: #Load PSSnapin Add-PSSnapin *SQL* #Get column names $colNames = dir ...
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SQL Agent powershell context reference

At my new job, we have multiple named instances on each servers. Server1\Dev Server1\DevIntegrated Server1\QA I have a SQL PowerShell script in the works that calls out to the OS, invokes ...