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I have Windows 7 Professsional and SQL Server 2008R2 Developer Edition installed on my laptop. I can open up Powershell but cannot log into sql server via the command 'sqlps' at the PS prompt. What gives?
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Peter
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als315Commented:
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AnuroopsunddCommented:
at ps prompt.
Import-Module “sqlps” -DisableNameChecking


then you should be able to connect to your sql
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PeterAuthor Commented:
All comments pertain to SQL SRV 2012; I have 2008R2.
However, I did try all suggestions and got error messages; see attached screenshots.
The Database Journal directions did not let me complete because I have 2008.
sqlps.PNG
sqlps2.PNG
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als315Commented:
There are different implementations of sqlps. You have sqlps.exe (in binn folder of SQL installed) in pre SQL 2012. It can't be run from powershell. It is so-called minishell (Powershell with integrated SQL commandlets).
You can run it directly from command prompt.
In SQL 2012 you can download it and import it into standard powershell. I hope you can use it also with SQL 2008.
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PeterAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I found the executable in the binn folder and pinned it to my taskbar. It works.
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