SharePoint – Database – SQL options – Powershell

Ran into some challenges regarding database options on a few database. Turns out I didn’t completely agree with the default settings provided by Microsoft when SharePoint databases are created. So I created a Powershell script that will have a look at which databases are connected to SharePoint, find the proper SQL server and change the database options using the defined values in the script. I currently have  three categories defined, as that was my need. It should be easy to change the values, move databases between categories or define new ones.

I recommend that you read through the script before just running it, as the values defined might not be suited for your environment.

The script requires remote powershell to be enabled on the SQL server and could be run from the SharePoint server.

SQLOptions

Comments welcome 🙂

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