Microsoft SQL Server Management: Reduce TCO Using Policy-Based Management and Windows PowerShell


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SQL Server 2008 introduced two new features that can greatly improve your productivity for managing instances of SQL Server called Policy-Based Management and PowerShell scripting. With Policy-Based Management you can control the configuration changes to your system and make sure that the instances you manage conform to your established policies. With PowerShell you can manage SQL Server instances along with other system resources to keep your applications with a holistic approach.
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