Central Management Server (CMS)

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3 Built-In Technologies for Centralizing SQL Server Administration

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DBAs can be more effective in managing their workload by centralizing their procedures. There are several features of SQL server that can be harnessed to this end: PowerShell is only part of the solution: there is also Central Management Server, Master /Target Agent and the Remote Server Administration Tools. It's time to work out your objectives and pick the most suitable technologies to meet them.

2016-07-05

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SQL Server Central Management Server Security

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I have seen several tips on SQL Server Central Management Server and I want to implement the technology for my team. The only thing holding me back is security. Can you explain how security works with Central Management Server? What security access is needed to manage CMS? How about connecting to CMS? How about running a query using CMS? Check out this tip to answer these questions.

2011-06-30

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