Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Three Pages + SharePoint 2010 + PowerShell = “PowerShell for SharePoint 2010” Cheat Sheet

Dmitry’s PowerBlog: PowerShell and beyond - SharePoint 2010 PowerShell Cheat Sheet

“I’ve just posted a quick reference card / getting started manual on PowerShell for SharePoint 2010.

If you are managing SharePoint 2010 and want to quickly get started with PowerShell – this should be a good document to print out and pin to the wall of your office / cubicle.

It covers all the major topic from installation and required permissions, to setting up remote connections to the SharePoint servers, managing site collections, sites, lists, documents, jobs, workflows, Recycle Bin, and so on. We have even included troubleshooting tips for the main gotchas you can experience!

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From the PDF;

“SharePoint 2010 ships with some 531 PowerShell cmdlets giving administrators ultimate power over their SharePoint server. This quick cheat sheet will help you get started with it.

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You’ve GOT to love how PowerShell is being included, integrated, bound to, made part of, etc Microsoft’s server products. Yeah, sure it’s in their Server Common Engineering Criteria but saying it, doesn’t make it so. It looks like Microsoft is continuing to “walk the talk”

Oh yeah, and you HAVE to love the PowerShell community too. They are the ones who really make PowerShell so… well… powerful… :)

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