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Helper III
Helper III

How do I find the workspace for a report?

Hi,

I am using the cmdlet GET-PowerBIReport and I get the returned info for a report I am interested in, but how do I find the workspace that the report belongs to and how do I find the creator of the report?

 

Thanks

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Helper III
Helper III

Re: How do I find the workspace for a report?

Thanks.

I ended up using this script, which gave me all the reports in all the workspaces - names included

 

Get-PowerBIWorkspace -Scope Organization -Include All -ALL | Out-file C:\filename.csv

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Super User V

Re: How do I find the workspace for a report?

workspace is equivalent to group.  get the group id and then look that up in the audit data. There you get all the details including ownership etc.

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Helper III
Helper III

Re: How do I find the workspace for a report?

Thanks.

I ended up using this script, which gave me all the reports in all the workspaces - names included

 

Get-PowerBIWorkspace -Scope Organization -Include All -ALL | Out-file C:\filename.csv

View solution in original post

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