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Microsoft's SQL Server is a suite of relational database management system (RDBMS) products providing multi-user database access functionality. It originated from the Sybase SQL Server 4.x codebase and Transact-SQL dialect (t-sql), but it has forked significantly since then.

SQL Server is available in multiple versions (typically identified by release year), each of which are subdivided into editions to distinguish between product functionality. The latest released version is SQL Server 2019 which was released on November 4th, 2019.

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wsmelton commented Jan 24, 2020

We have a switch as [switch]$Enable that should enable the login but it is not actually coded to do anything.

All that is needed would be logic around whether the parameter was passed in, within the process block would be sufficient: Test-Bound Enable will return true if the parameter was properly passed into the function call.

If passed in then the login object has a Enable() method t

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