Query All Servers In A CMS Folder

Tracy Boggiano has a Powershell script for querying each SQL Server instance in a Central Management Server folder:

In this post I’m going to share a function (actually two) I use run scripts against multiple instances of SQL servers and run the data into a data table. I use this mainly for a replacement of the CMS feature of running against a folder and to put the data into a DataTable object which I output to a GridView that I can sort and filter any way I want which you can’t do in CMS.

Click through for the script.

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