Check your SQL Server using Windows PowerShell – Part 2


This is the second part of the article series “Check your SQL Server using Windows PowerShell”. The article illustrated how to access the Windows Service on a remote machine using Windows PowerShell and WMI-Object. In the next installment, we will add some additional checking, so that we don’t have to do all the checking if ping fails. In addition, we will see how to capture some useful operating and hardware information as well.

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