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How to Run a SQL Query Across Multiple Databases with One Query

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How to Run a SQL Query Across Multiple Databases with One Query

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In SQL Server management studio, using, View, Registered Servers (Ctrl+Alt+G) set up the servers that you want to execute the same query across all servers for, right click the group, select new query. Then when you execute the query, the results will come back with the first column showing you the database instance that that row came from.

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