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PowerShell Tip: BgPing – A High Performance Bulk Ping Utility

Last week, I was building out a 5 Node Windows 2008R2 cluster for use as a Hyper-V server.One of my nodes was giving me trouble. I was able to successfully install, configure and add it to the cluster, but when I started placing Virtual Machines it would lose access to the Cluster Shared Volumes. (CSV) After that loss to […]

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New Microsoft SQL Servers tools released

Within the past 2 months, there has been a couple of key tools introduced for SQL Server. Recently on 20 April 2012, Microsoft released the Reporting Services Migration Tool and on 18 May 2012, they released Max. Server Memory calculator. The Reporting Services Migration Tool (Beta) was mentioned here. I do want to point out that the source […]

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HOW TO: Add Many NIC configuration settings with PowerShell

In yesterday’s post, I talk about using PowerShell to configure many NIC’s with NETSH. Today, I am going to cover doing it with PowerShell and make it simple where it will prompt for the information in a GUI. So first off, you will need to ensure that you have Executaion Policy changed to allow for […]

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HOW TO: Add Many NIC configuration settings with “NETSH”

I had a task recently that required me to spin up a new environment for testing. I had about 20 new virtual machines that I needed to deploy and they all had static entries. As you may or may not know, the SCVMM console does not allow you to copy and paste like you can […]

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PowerShell and TSQL code to list database information

Let’s say you want to get a list of all the tables in your database, along with their row counts and data space used. This would be really nice to know if you could not get it from SQL Server Management Studio. (SSMS) Well, today you are in luck, because I am going to show […]

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