I have MS SQL Server 2014 Management Studio installed on two computers, both of which run on Windows 10. The switches for
SQLCMD command are case-sensitive on one computer, but it is not on the other one. If I type the command with lower case switches (like the below examples), it works on one but doesn't work on the other.
sqlcmd -s .\<_servername_> sqlcmd -l
For the second computer, I have to type with upper case as shown below.
sqlcmd -S .\<servername> sqlcmd -L
What is the issue/setting that decides this?