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    • #60787
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      Hi i’m new to this but is there a way to install powershell without installing sql management studio and if so can you give me the steps please. Needed Urgently.

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      search for “Download Windows Management Framework”

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      I’m assuming you mean the PowerShell module for SQL Server. If yes, you’ll need to download and install a few components from the feature pack. Documentation here:

      https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh245198.aspx

      Otherwise the PowerShell engine should already be installed if you’re using a somewhat recent Windows client or server operating system.

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      If you are looking to remotely manage a SQL server from a system that does not have the SQL Server modules (or any other kind of module), you can try using Implicit Remoting. Don Jones has a write-up here.

      If you’re new to PowerShell, I recommend getting started with these books to increase your skill and get more comfortable with it:

      Learn PowerShell in a Month of Lunches
      Learn PowerShell Toolmaking in a Month of Lunches
      PowerShell In Depth
      The Pester Book (agile publishing)

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      ok thanks guys for your prompt response but to no avail. Is there a way i can just get the sqlps.exe file and if so where?

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      SO i found a way to install sqlps module…no my problem is its in my program files folder. Now my boss is only said that when i go in cmd and type sqlps /? a bunch of codes should come up and if not then its not installed properly. Can anyone help me make sense and get it working please?

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