Video of 6 Useful PowerShell Scripts to Help SQL Server DBAs and Developers

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PowerShell has many uses for SQL Server DBAs and Developers.  There have been several tips written about different aspects and how PowerShell can be used with SQL Server.  In this video tip, Tim Smith looks at six useful PowerShell scripts that can be used to simplify day to day tasks.

Key Learning Items

The video covers how to:

  • Unzip All Zip Files In A Folder
  • Zip All Files In A Folder To A Zip File
  • Add Existing Code To Locations or New Projects
  • Automatically Rename A Folder With A Date
  • Automatically Create A Folder With A Date and Dump Filter Files Into It
  • Add Date (And Possibly Text) To All Files By Extension In A Path
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Last Updated: 2014-12-12

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MSSQLTips author Tim Smith Tim Smith works as a DBA and developer and also teaches Automating ETL on Udemy.

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Friday, December 12, 2014 - 2:03:52 PM - Sri Back To Top (35601)

Good video!!


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