dbatools Updates

Chrissy LeMaire notes a slew of dbatools updates:

And don’t forget, you can use Invoke-DbatoolsRenameHelper to rename commands in your scripts.

There is a slew of new functionality, but this little two-line mention is probably the best of the bunch.  Of course somebody was going to go and automate the renaming of cmdlet as a cmdlet.

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