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Script Runs successfully - but no output file

first post: TomBynum wrote: I used the Examples on the "How to" page to run the script against ...

latest post: speedw2002 wrote: it seems you did not provide a validate computer name, or you have ...

Get-SqlServerInventoryToClixml.ps1 runs but produces no .xml.gz output file, just the log

first post: wilsjay wrote: Not sure what is going on my user is in local admin group, is sysad...

Unable to fetch database config info

first post: M1981 wrote: Hi Kendal, Thanks for the awesome scripts provided to SQL Communi...

latest post: M1981 wrote: Hi Kendal, Any updates?

No Machines found - Instance scan complete (Success: 0; Failure: 0)

first post: DerekrhSQL wrote: Hi Kendal I have 2 machines I am running an inventory on - S1 and ...

latest post: ddragman wrote: Hi Kendal, Thanks for your reply! I've run the code in PowerShel...

Adding support for SQL2014,2016

first post: farhangm wrote: Thanks for great work. Could you please add support for SQL2014 and...

SQLPowerDoc error connecting to Domain

first post: c0dewarr10r wrote: Hello. I followed all pre-configured steps listed at https://sqlpo...

latest post: kendalvandyke wrote: Looks like the account you're running Power Doc with doesn't have t...

Mounted Volumes

first post: alberto66 wrote: I get the message "The Default Data Path is configured for a drive ...

latest post: kendalvandyke wrote: Mountpoints has been on my to-do list for a while now. I've got som...

Error gathering Database information

first post: mbryant wrote: Hi I'm getting the error below on one of our servers. All other ser...

latest post: kendalvandyke wrote: This looks like a login timeout issue. Are you able to connect to t...

Powershell noob

first post: human_afterall wrote: So... Can anyone help me getting this PowerShell cmdlet to work? Ne...

latest post: kendalvandyke wrote: For an Azure SQL Database use -ComputerName and provide the DNS nam...

Is SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) needed for only Windows inventory?

first post: baatchus wrote: Is SQL Server Management Objects (SMO) needed for only Windows inve...

latest post: kendalvandyke wrote: SMO is only needed if you're collecting information about SQL Server.