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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Mike Wells about SQL 2012 and SQLSpade
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The 2012 Scripting Games have been announced!
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The SQL Server 2012 Special Ops Tour kicks off in Atlanta March 5th
Jan Egil Ring posted his PowerShell sessions from the NIC conference
The PowerScripting Podcast will be at SQLSaturday #111 in Atlanta on Apr 14th!
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[21:47:01] * Brian-AKA-Zuul (416e9250@gateway/web/freenode/ip.188.8.131.52) joins #PowerScriptingPodcast
[21:47:11] <Brian-AKA-Zuul> what up
[21:47:14] <halr9000> Brian-AKA-Zuul we were talking about you
[21:47:14] <Brian-AKA-Zuul> you were?
[21:47:34] <halr9000> haha we were totally not mocking you that bad
[21:51:58] <Josh_Atwell> Mike looks at sql tables and sees blondes, brunettes, redheads
[22:07:20] <StartAutomating> I like it. You should go for a “Sam Spade” themed look
[22:07:42] <halr9000> The only look that I can do is “Blue Steel”
[22:16:33] <ToENuFF> ## Correction to my question – Can you move the master, model, msdb mdf and ldf to specific drives and directories with your tool?
[22:12:29] <StartAutomating> ## what sort of styles of automation did you have do to (screen scrape / command line drive / data files/ existing scripts?)
[22:12:48] <cmill19> ##how is hard/easy is it to add/remove tasks to SQLSPADE
[22:15:37] <StartAutomating> ## Is it XML ? Does it store data securely?
hr> can you kick off remote installs?
[22:17:36] <cmill19> #Have your tried server core
[22:17:37] <StartAutomating> ## Can you make that order customizable ? How much of the tech is specific to SQL server and how much is general automation?
hr> HTML log? Why?
[22:21:49] <cmill19> ##how does the html log work on server core
Super Power: MacGyver!