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Adjusting Database Settings with Powershell

Eric Cobb takes a look at some nice functionality in dbatools:

There may be times that you want to ensure certain settings are applied to a database, or multiple databases. For example, if you restore a Production database to a QA environment, you may need to change the Recovery Model. Or if you’re migrating databases to a new SQL Server version you want to make sure to update the Compatibility Level. With dbatools this is really, really easy. Here are some examples:

Read on for examples around setting the database owner, changing the compatibility level, and setting the recovery model.

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