Powershell Modules Everywhere

Kevin Chant has some thoughts on whether you should have SQL Server Powershell modules on every server:

Recently I’ve seen recommendations about putting PowerShell modules on every SQL Server. I must admit it has got me thinking if this is indeed worthwhile.

In addition, it makes me wonder if it’s actually better to put the Powershell modules on a select number of management servers instead?

If you are wondering which modules I could be talking about, I mention some in a previous post which you can read in detail here.

Read on for Kevin’s thoughts on the matter.

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