When you need something scheduled in Windows, the Task Scheduler is the tool at-hand. Running PowerShell (.ps1) scripts as Scheduled Tasks is done differently than differently than running regular .bat scripts.
This is a post on installing SQL Server via command; I have a Windows Server 2016 Core running on a local Hyper-V test environment, and I’m installing SQL Server 2019, then uninstalling it.
Windows Server Core is the CLI only version of the Windows OS. This post is a run-through of configuring a new Windows Server 2016 Core host, detailed in the following steps;
The Update-Help cmdlet in PowerShell will download the latest help files for PowerShell modules installed on your machine. Running PowerShell as Administrator is a requirement for this one, else you’ll get the following error.