Introduction Give the date range and this powershell script will generate csv report with total number of files created in all the document libraries. Script will get all the document libraries of sites and its subsites. This can be used as reporting tool to get overview of the total number of documents that were created […]
October 4, 2015
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Tags: caml in powershell script, date range in caml, Powershell, SharePoint document library report Â· Posted in: Powershell, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, Tools
Introduction If Application Pools identity credentails should be changed due to any inbuilt policy, then we have to go to all application pools to change new password. This is a bit tedious if many application pools are there. If application pools are run by managed accounts, SharePoint will handle password change by itself. In reality […]
Introduction The following script will restart application pool of IIS based on user input. User will just select the number which application pool to restart. Very good on demand usage script
Introduction The following script will restart all application pools of IIS. It’s well known fact that IISReset should only be used when necessary but not to restart app pools.
Introduction Windows PowerShell cmdlets that let you enable the OneDrive for Business sync client from only the domains present in the safe recipients list. So this now gives administrators the ability to decide what domains sync clients originating from are allowed. This is a great step for Micosoft and OneDrive for Business (OD4B) in regards […]
Introduction The following script will create a new web application and use claims-based authentication. It’s really good and fast
Introduction When Search service application is created from Central Admin, all created Search databases have GUIDs at the end. Many like to create Database with the name rather than creating with GUID. If we create the Search service with PowerShell, we can specify the database names SharePoint should use. The following script will do that
Introduction When youâ€™re configuring your farm, one of the first things you need to do is create the managed accounts and service app application pools your farm will use. The following PowerShell lines will do that:
Introduction Quick snippet of power shell script how to uninstall and install a wsp in SharePoint 2013
January 19, 2014
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Tags: code snippet, Packaging and deployment, Powershell, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 Â· Posted in: Packaging and Deployment, Powershell, Sharepoint 2010, SharePoint 2013
Tip – Using F3 key in PowerShell window Pressing the F3 function key in the console window displays the last-executed statement on the current prompt line. Using the up and down arrows, you can page through the other previous statements. This is useful for repeating or correcting previous command entries.