This section contains the help topics for the SQL Server PowerShell cmdlets.
Adds primary databases to an availability group or joins secondary databases to an availability group.
Adds a static IP address to an availability group listener.
Backs up SQL Server database objects.
Converts a SQL Server Management Object URN to a Windows PowerShell provider path.
Decodes an encoded SQL Server identifier name.
Disables the AlwaysOn availability groups feature for a server.
Enables the AlwaysOn availability groups feature.
Encodes special characters in SQL Server names to characters that can be used in PowerShell paths.
Invokes one or more SQL Server policy-based management policy evaluations.
Runs a script containing statements supported by the SQL Server SQLCMD utility.
Joins the local secondary replica to an availability group.
Creates an availability group.
Creates an availability group listener and attaches it to an availability group.
Creates an availability replica.
Creates a database mirroring endpoint on a SQL Server instance.
Removes an availability database from its availability group.
Removes an availability group.
Restores a database from a backup or transaction log records.
Resumes data movement on an availability database.
Sets settings on an availability group.
Sets the port setting on an availability group listener.
Sets the settings on an availability replica.
Sets the properties of a database mirroring endpoint.
Suspends data movement on an availability database.
Starts a failover of an availability group to a secondary replica.
Evaluates the health of an availability group.
Evaluates the health of availability replicas.
Evaluates the health of an availability database.