Hey Scripting Guy! I have a Microsoft Access database that I need to query from a Windows PowerShell script. I have seen a number of VBScript examples, but I cannot find any Windows PowerShell samples.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I need to do hardware inventory on all our workstations and on all our servers. I know System Center Configuration Manager can do this and a whole lot more. We actually have it budgeted for deployment next year.
Hey, Scripting Guy! Is there a way to figure out which tables and columns are in a database without having to open it up?
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Hey, Scripting Guy! Being able to create a database from a script is nice, and I appreciated your article yesterday. But I need to have a database with more than one table in it. Obviously this can be done,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have looked everywhere, and I cannot find a script that will create a new Microsoft Office Access database, and automatically add a new table and columns to it. If you had such a thing in Windows PowerShell it would be even better.
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Hey, Scripting Guy! After some time without needing help, I’ve run into a problem about which I have been unable to discover any information. Perhaps you can aid me.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I’m trying to import a spreadsheet into an Access database. The problem is that the spreadsheet has multiple worksheets. I can import the first worksheet without any problem, but I can’t figure out how to import all the other worksheets in the file.