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Install SQL / Data Developer Desktop Tools from Chocolatey
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString(''))
choco install chocolatey -y
choco install sql-server-2017 -y #developer edition
choco install sql-server-management-studio -y
choco install azure-data-studio -y
choco install azuredatastudio-powershell -y
choco install git.install -y
choco install poshgit -y
choco install vscode -y
choco install vscode-powershell -y
choco install sysinternals -y --params "/InstallDir:C:\Sysinternals"
choco install sqltoolbelt -Y
choco install cpu-z -y
choco install sublimetext3 -y
choco install sublimemerge -y
choco install microsoft-windows-terminal -y
choco install slack -y
choco install putty.install -y
choco install filezilla -y
choco install docker-desktop -y
choco install spotify -y
choco install camtasia -y
choco install snagit -y

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@kevinCefalu kevinCefalu commented Dec 4, 2019

Out of curiousity, why do you run choco install chocolatey -y immediately after using invoke-expression to install chocolatey? I've never seen this before and was curious if I was missing something.


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@LitKnd LitKnd commented Dec 4, 2019

TBH that's part of the forked script that I didn't change -- trusted Aaron that was the right way to do it :)

So blind ignorance on my part!


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@kevinCefalu kevinCefalu commented Dec 5, 2019

Haha, fair enough! I found it through your recent "Installing SQL Toolbelt with Chocolatey" youtube video. Excellent job to you, and your adorable corgi, Freya!

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