SMO stands for SQL Management Objects (and is technically called "Shared" Management Objecs by at least one installer).

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What is the most effective way to discover all running instances of SQL Server using PowerShell?

I've been tasked with discovering all the instances of SQL Server that are running within our domain. In several cases there are multiple instances per server. I've seen two different PowerShell ...
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Why am I missing some output?

Archiving to avoid ID Exhaustion We are about to run out of IDs in one of the tables of our OLTP logging system. It's my job to find a way to 'archive' the existing row data in the full table and in ...
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Trying to use SMO Transfer Object to transfer a database from one instance to another

The schema tables are owned by dbo and another schema name. The code below is not moving over any tables. Is there something else that I need to add to make it transfer the tables? There are no stored ...