sql server cmdlet (sqlps) and remote server

Question:

I’m using sqlps powershell module to get some data from my local database. My code is something like this

It works correctly, but sometimes I need to connect to a remote server running SQL server, so I use Enter-PSSession. Is this the correct way or can I somehow map that server under local SQLSERVER:\SQL directory?

Answer:

The PowerShell provider for SQL server can be used to connect to a remote SQL server without PowerShell remoting. For example, at the SQLSERVER: drive, you can change the location to a different SQL Server using

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