Episode 46 – SQL PSX


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Today on the PowerScripting Podcast we interview Chad Miller, author of the SQL PSX project. And of course we'll throw in our other usual goodies.



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We had a great interview with Chad Miller, the author of the SQL PSX  project on Codeplex. Below are some of the questions which were submitted by Ustream viewers.
  1. glnsize : ## is powershell speading throughout his it dept?
  2. mwjcomputing : ##How much of his day to day operations are managed using Powershell?
  3. glnsize : ## have you looked at V2 script cmdlets?
  4. mwjcomputing : ## When dealing with Auditors, do they have any objection to Powershell being the tool to gather the security information?
  5. stahler : ## ADO.NET through PowerShell or SQLCMD through PowerShell?
  6. meson : ## Any comments on a SQL database PSProvider?
  7. mwjcomputing : ## When gathering security information, does Powershell cause any performance hit on the database?
  8. glnsize : ##from a DBA perspective what is powershell missing?


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