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Posted Wednesday, October 08, 2008 4:06 PM
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Article gives this insturctions:
Launch PowerShell and source or dot the LibrarySmo.ps1 file using the following command:

. .\LibrarySmo.ps1

When I run the above command in the power shell nothing happens and when I verify if the sql commands are there, its not.

Can you explain this part in little more detail.

Thanks

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Posted Tuesday, May 12, 2009 5:58 AM
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I'm getting the same problem. I set SQLPSX on my XP machine to test it and everything worked fine.

I've now done the same setup process on Windows Server 2008 and after running Librarysmo.ps1 if I type the Get-Command *et-SQL* I get no results.

the only differences on the Server are that it is running Powershell V2 (CTP3) and is x64
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