Using PowerShell to Register All SQL Instances Into Central Management Server


Problem

Managing multiple SQL Servers has its challenges. One of the big challenges is having to collect data from each of the servers you manage and figure out which servers need attention. SQL Server has introduced a new feature called Central Management repository which can be used to manage multiple instances. One of the challenges to using CMS is that you have to register all the SQL Servers manually into CMS.  The below article will guide you on how to register hundreds of servers in a second for SQL Server CMS.

Solution

http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2658/using-powershell-to-register-all-sql-instances-into-central-management-server/

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Thanks for the comment, will get back to you soon... Jugal Shah

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