October 28

MSSQL: List SQL all network SQL server from the command line


From a command prompt use the follow:

sqlcmd -L

To send to a file use: sqlcmd -L >sqllist.txt

The older commands are isql and osql
I also use the “Data Sources (ODBC)” connector from Administrator Tools and start the creation of a System DSN.  From the SQL Server drop down box you can see the ones advertising themselves.

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Posted October 28, 2011 by Timothy Conrad in category "Databases

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