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PowerShell can be used for all day-to-day management tasks in SharePoint. This course covers backup and recovery of SharePoint, working with PowerShell command line, configuring sites and services, and site administration.
  • start the course
  • create and automate a SharePoint backup using Microsoft PowerShell and Task Scheduler
  • restore all, or part of, the SharePoint farm using PowerShell
  • use Microsoft PowerShell to configure SharePoint
  • create and remove a web application for SharePoint using Microsoft PowerShell
  • create and configure objects in Microsoft PowerShell and apply that to SharePoint
  • pipe within PowerShell and take the results and move them over to another cmdlet
  • find and control Microsoft SharePoint services using PowerShell
  • work with server solutions in Microsoft SharePoint and PowerShell
  • deploy, update, and remove Sandbox Solutions using Microsoft PowerShell
  • work with single or multiple Features in Microsoft SharePoint and PowerShell
  • create, work with, and remove a Configuration Database in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • create a new Content Database and remove an existing Content Database using Microsoft PowerShell
  • retrieve information on a Content Database in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • import and export site collections in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • add, remove, and query Shell Administrators in PowerShell
  • query, add, remove, and configure existing Managed Accounts using Microsoft PowerShell
  • create and configure a Managed Path and query Host Header Information in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • query and configure Security Tokens in Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint
  • add SPUsers and configure their roles in a SharePoint collection's subsite or SPWeb using PowerShell cmdlets
  • create, query, and configure a SharePoint SPWeb and its data using PowerShell cmdlets, parameters, and methods
  • extract, configure, and manage SharePoint site collection data using SharePoint's Management Shell
  • load SharePoint assemblies to make it possible to work with SharePoint directly from within PowerShell
  • programmatically create a SharePoint 2013 content database capable of holding a site collection
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to retrieve, query, and manage SharePoint timer jobs and log information
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to remove, create, and configure SharePoint 2013's Usage and Data Collection application
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to programmatically configure a SharePoint farm's outgoing e-mail settings
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to create, configure, and remove Alternate Access Mapping within a SharePoint farm
  • turn on, run, and turn off Developer Dashboard within Microsoft SharePoint
  • configure your resource measures and output these measures to a text file using Microsoft PowerShell within SharePoint
  • add and configure Farm Administrators within a SharePoint Farm, using Microsoft PowerShell
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Microsoft PowerShell and SharePoint: Getting Started Online course
  • Course ID:
    252253
  • Duration:
    197 minutes
  • Price:
    $75