SQL Server: Script to Enable and Disable XP_CMDSHELL Configuration

In this post, I provide script to check, enable and disable XP_CMDSHELL on the SQL Server.
This script is very useful for those professional, Who are interested to use command line utilities.
Now a day, I am also interested to use command line tools.

If you want to use command line tool, you should enable this XP_CMDSHELL configuration.

First, Check XP_CMDSHELL is enabled on the server:

Script to enable and disable XP_CMDSHELL:

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