PowerShell Week at SQL University – Post 3: Providers, PSDrive

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  1. Keith Mescha says:

    Figured out my own problem. In my case it was:

    “cd SQLSERVER:\SQL\\DEFAULT”

    Sweet

  2. Keith Mescha says:

    Good stuff so far and thanks for all the help to date. I’m stuck on this piece when you enter this command “cd SQLSERVER:\sql\WIN7\KILIMANJARO\” don’t get it. I have a local instance of SQL on my laptop. Not sure how this is getting you into a SQL Server?

    Thanks.

  3. Aaron Nelson says:

    There’s still one more post in this series but please remember to leave feedback here: https://spreadsheets.google.com/a/sqlchicken.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dDBoSW02QldrTTc2dER3WVZheUlEX3c6MQ#gid=0

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    […] So far we’ve walked though how to turn on PowerShell and add modules, adding SQL Server 2008 snapins and using PowerShell variables, what cmdlets and functions are, what providers are and how to work with methods & properties. […]

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