I wrote a series of articles sometime back on PowerShell and SQL Server. The first series was on using the SMO provider for SQL Server access, and the second was on using the new SQL Server 2008 "native" provider that is far easier.
I posted quite a few examples there, and kept the scripting simple. So I wonder - do you find that useful, and do you want more advanced examples or more simple ones?
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