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Assigning permissions (or updating them) is by far the most “complicated” task we’re going to attempt, mostly due to the fact that we’re going to do it all in one PowerShell script. The “complication” is mostly self-inflicted because of the following…
At times you may want to refresh a Power BI dataset from outside the portal, either on-demand or as part of another process (think DevOps for instance). In those cases the API provides the ideal mechanism to do so…
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