SQL Server 2012 Administration Powershell

Hi experts.
How can i get SQL users and Server Logins via powershell scripts.
Need to put them into a Database table and then show as reports to management.
Thanks in advance.
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This is a  nice article detailing how you can accomplish this. It should be easy getting it  to ignore the filter which the author does. It makes for a great tutorial though: http://www.maxtblog.com/2012/02/powershell-quick-list-of-sql-users-with-sysadmin-roles/

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For the insert you can follow this guidance http://www.sqlservercentral.com/blogs/nycnet/2013/05/24/performing-an-insert-from-a-powershell-script/. The other option is if course to just write an INSERT INTO table(columns list) SELECT * FROM sys.sysusers Then just execute that SQL from powershell. The INSERT example quoted here will show how you could execute the SQL statement through powershell
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