Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 is a book for the SharePoint administrator looking to expand his or her toolkit and skills by learning PowerShell, Microsoft's vastly flexible and versatile object oriented scripting language. PowerShell is the future of Microsoft administration, and SharePoint is a complex product that can be managed more easily and quickly with PowerShell cmdlets and scripts. This book helps bridge the gap, introducing PowerShell fundamentals and operations in the context of deploying, migrating, managing, and monitoring SharePoint 2013. Author Nik Charlebois-Laprade begins by explaining the fundamental concepts behind the PowerShell language. Then, with copious real-world examples and scripts, he lays the foundation for PowerShell novices to automate interactions with the various pieces and components of the SharePoint 2013 platform. For SharePoint administrators wanting to do more with the technology, or for SharePoint developers trying to build their skills on the administration side, Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 is the perfect book to kick off your PowerShell journey.What youall learn Manage on-premises and Office 365 SharePoint instances using PowerShell Write re-usable PowerShell scripts Understand the architecture of PowerShell Perform operations on a wide variety of SharePoint components using PowerShell Plan, prepare, and execute a SharePoint 2010 to 2013 migration using PowerShell Proactively monitor SharePoint farms for issues using PowerShell Who this book is for Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 is for both SharePoint administrators and developers who want to extend their knowledge of the technology. It's an excellent book for technical users who would appreciate a quick, at-hand reference. Table of ContentsChapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Whatas New in PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 Chapter 3: Configuring Your Environment for PowerShell Chapter 4: PowerShell Basics Chapter 5: Automating SharePoint Deployment with PowerShell Chapter 6: Day to Day SharePoint Administration with PowerShell Chapter 7: Monitoring and Troubleshooting SharePoint with PowerShell Chapter 8: Automating SharePoint 2010 Migrations with PowerShell Chapter 9: Managing SharePoint Online in Office 365 with PowerShell Chapter 10: Upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to 2013 Using PowerShell Appendix A: Common CmdletsA locked site means it cana#39;t be access by users. In real life, you want to lock a site while it is in development or while it is undergoing maintenance. It is a temporary state that freezes a site collection into its current state. To illustrate this, assumeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2014-02-25|