Copilot for PowerBI

Copilot for PowerBI is now coming out in preview, and the feature will be enabled for all tenants. The feature can enhance data interaction and report creation using generative AI. If the organization is not ready for this roll-out, there are ways to restrict this feature based on security groups. There are controls to include or exclude groups.  One concern organizations have is the possibility of data being processed in a datacenter in a different region than their tenant. This can also be controlled by not allowing the usage of datacenters outside your region. Sign into the admin portal for PowerBI and check the settings associated with Copilot

A few examples from get-userandpolicy

A couple of days ago I released the get-userandpolicy script, and I thought I give a few examples of how it can be used.

It's not a very complicated script, but it gave me an output I could not get in a simple way from the Lync server CSCP.

Example 1)
Q - How many policies do I have of a certain type?
A - Get-Cs........Policy will give you an answer, or use my script with a named switch to identify the number. No need to remember all the different policies, just TAB (auto complete) your way through the valid options.



Example 2) 
Q - How many policies do I have, and how many users are assigned to each policy
A - Not so easily identified through CSCP, possible with filters in powershell, or use the script in the following way.


Example 3)
Q - Now that I know how many policies I have, and what they are called, how do know which users have been assigned to these policies?
A - Simple, memorize the different powershell commands, or run the script with the -listuser switch. Then use the powerful filters of gridview to identify whatever user/policy combination you seek.


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