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Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint: Managing Sites


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
Day-to-day SharePoint management entails a lot of site management and server remediation. This course covers general SharePoint administration, server diagnostics, security and search, and managing and maintaining sites all using the PowerShell scriptable command line interface.

Target Audience
SharePoint administrators and developers looking to understand the command line interface to Microsoft SharePoint Server

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
3.1

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint: Managing Sites

  • start the course
  • use cmdlets in Microsoft PowerShell to enable remoting into a SharePoint farm
  • use cmdlets in Microsoft PowerShell to return SharePoint-related product information
  • use site management cmdlets in Microsoft PowerShell to query, restore, and permanently remove deleted site collections in the SharePoint farm
  • return information about SharePoint site collections utilizing the Get-SPSiteAdministration cmdlet in PowerShell
  • assign variables and configure settings within the SharePoint farm using some of the general commands in PowerShell
  • use cmdlets in PowerShell to manage Access Service applications in a SharePoint site collection
  • configure SharePoint Designer settings within a SharePoint farm using cmdlets in PowerShell
  • manage SharePoint user licenses using cmdlets in Microsoft PowerShell
  • stop and start service instances in SharePoint using the service application cmdlets from within PowerShell
  • use health monitoring cmdlets in PowerShell to manage SharePoint Health Analyzer rules
  • configure diagnostic logging across a SharePoint farm using cmdlets in PowerShell
  • retrieve information from an unattached content database in a SharePoint farm utilizing PowerShell cmdlets
  • manage SharePoint web application blocked files extensions from within PowerShell
  • configure antivirus settings within Microsoft SharePoint utilizing PowerShell
  • query the upgrade status of objects within a SharePoint farm utilizing PowerShell
  • work with InfoPath Forms Service templates in a SharePoint farm using Microsoft PowerShell
  • work with content sources in a SharePoint farm using Microsoft PowerShell
  • work with crawl rules in Microsoft PowerShell to ensure identical configurations across SharePoint farms
  • use Microsoft PowerShell cmdlets to enable and disable file types in searches across SharePoint farms
  • define a custom site column in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • work with lists in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • work with content types in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • work with the Recycle Bin in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • save a web as a template in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • work with alerts on site collection lists in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • export a list to a flat file in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • work with features at server and site collection level in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • upgrade content databases in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • query object properties in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • use Microsoft PowerShell within SharePoint to create a new site collection by copying an existing one
  • Course Number:
    mw_pssp_a02_it_enus