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Johnny B
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Hello,
Does 2012 offer any feature which allows for the collection of Instance data across all my production installs? In other words, what is a good technique to centralize (for documentation)

All SSIS package (document only)
All Jobs and scheduales
All logins and database mappings
Instance configuration parameters

I can write SQL queries and run them on each server and centralize them manually...or I can deploy procedures an maintain those across all instances. But I'd like to do this with as little footprint as possible. Preferable none.

What I'd like, is a feature where one of my instances is a repository and collects this information from the servers I choose. Does this make sense? How are people doing this and is there something in 2012 to help.

SQL 2012 Standard VPS Windows 2012 Server Standard
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