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Running the Data Migration Assistant - Part Two - PowerShell

In the previous post, I introduced the Data Migration Assistant (DMA) from Microsoft.  In this post I will introduce PowerShell modules from Microsoft that can be used to run the DMA against an inventory of instances and databases.

Frank Gill by Frank Gill

Resize a SQL Server Transaction Log File Using PowerShell

This post contains a PowerShell script that identifies SQL Server databases with a VLF count that exceeds the limit passed in.  It can output that list or resize log files identified to reduce the VLF count.

Frank Gill by Frank Gill

Fixing Invoke-WebRequest

How to speed up build times up to 25% with one line of code.

Nathan Stachowiak by Nathan Stachowiak

Disabling Windows Update in Windows 10 IoT Core

If you’re working with Windows 10 IoT Core on your devices and have wondered how you can disable Windows Update, well wonder no more! This article will detail out the steps needed to disable this service.

John Adali by John Adali

WSUS/SUP software updates sync failing because of “Upgrades” classification

At a client recently my Configurations Manager software update sync to Microsoft was failing.  This happened after I chose the classification “Upgrades” in the SUP (Software Update Point) properties.  After about 5 minutes the sync failed.  The following is what helped me fix this issue.
 

Marcus Musial by Marcus Musial