How to access the SQL Server Configuration Manager using registered servers


A few days ago I was talking to my friend Roman Bondar about how handy is to use the SQL Server Central Management Server. He told me that it is indeed very handy, that one of his favorite features was the fact that you could access the SQL Server Configuration Manager of any registered Server. I have worked with the Central Management Server for some time, but I was not aware of it, so I asked him how it can be done and he explained to me. I find it really helpful and that is why I decide to write a post about it, so it can be useful for anyone who does not know about it. In order to access the SQL Server Configuration Manager of any registered Server, you will need to right click on the Server name on the registered Server tab and select “SQL Server Configuration Manager…”. That is it, very simple and very useful 😉

SQL Server Configuration Manager

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