Cláudio Silva

I work as Data Platform Architect.
I love performance tuning and I'm also a PowerShell lover who automates any process that needs to be done more than a couple of times.
I contribute to open-source PowerShell modules such as dbatools and dbachecks.

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Generate Role Member Reports using dbatools and the ImportExcel PowerShell modules

Being able to get information and save it on a Excel as a report can be a common and tedious task. What if we could join dbatools and ImportExcel PorwerShell modules to accomplish this in a easier and fast way? We will see how to export roles and its' member and save that info on a multi spreadsheet Excel file with handy tables ready to be explored.

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