There are two things to keep in mind when creating workspaces in an automated fashion: The workspace may already exist (which means you may have to restore it instead), and you will have to provide an administrator for the new workspace.
Before we can start interacting with the Power BI service, we’ll need to make sure that we have the required permissions on our local machine and install the Power BI Management module for PowerShell.
I recently developed a PowerShell script to automate the deployment of Power BI workspaces and reports, while doing some other interesting things along the way. In this series we are going to walk through the entire process, using PowerShell and a combination of the Power BI cmdlets and Power BI API…
Hi, I’m Martin. I like to help people make sense of their data, using Microsoft technologies. This blog is my attempt at giving back to our awesome community, from which I have received so much. Hope you find it worth reading!
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