|Invoke-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentScan||Use this cmdlet to run a VA scan on your database. Provide the target server and database, and optionally an existing baseline, and get the scan results as output. You can authenticate to the database using Windows Authentication or using a valid credential.|
|Export-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentScan||Use this cmdlet to export the results of a VA scan to an Excel file.|
|New-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentBaseline||Use this cmdlet to create a new baseline for a particular VA security check. This baseline can then be added to a baseline set, which can in turn be used to run a new VA scan with customized result values. A result from a previous VA scan can be used to set the value for this baseline.|
|New-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentBaselineSet||Use this cmdlet to create a new VA baseline set, which is a collection of VA baseline values for different security checks. The baseline set can be used to run VA scans with customized results, tailored to your database environment.|
|Export-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentBaselineSet||Use this cmdlet to export a VA baseline set to a file. The output file can be opened and managed in SSMS.|
|Import-SqlVulnerabilityAssessmentBaselineSet||Use this cmdlet to import a VA baseline set from a file. It can be used to import baseline sets created by SSMS.|
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