Category Archives: Powershell

Powershell DSC and Sharepoint standalone installation

…this post was published on 2017 January 11. Let’s take the next step, to install Sharepoint on the target machine. First, one remark. What about GUI versus command line setup process? If you preffer the <<click>> method, you will click clik, for … Continue reading

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Update Sharepoint Online library document using Powershell

…this post was published on 2017 January 10. if you need to update a Sharepoint online library d​ocument, or picture, you can use the following script. The file, zipped can be found at the bottom , with the link to a video … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC to install Sharepoint 2013 Prerequisites in Windows 2008 R2 Server

…this post was published on 2017 January 9. If you would like to install with zero ​touch on a target machine with 2012 R2 OS the prerequisites for Sharepoint server you can do it First of all you need to setup  the … Continue reading

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.NET Framework 4.6 and Sharepoint installation

…this post was published on 2017 January 1. Sharepoint it sn’t compatible with .NET Framework 4.6. To install it, you should first 1. remove update KB3102467 and 2.  block the installation later For​ this , you can manually create a new entry … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC and Sharepoint farm installation

…this post was published on 2016 December 28. Starting from this post, I will try to fill the table bellow, with <<Step by Step>> about DSC and Sharepoint 2013 or 2016 on different Windows OSs ​ ​​​ ​​ Sharepoint 2013​​ ​​Sharepoint 2016 … Continue reading

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Powershell DSC to install Sharepoint 2013 Prerequisites in Windows 2012 R2 Server

…this post was published on 2016 December 28. If you would like to install with zero ​touch on a target machine with 2012 R2 OS the prerequisites for Sharepoint server you can do it First of all you need to setup  the … Continue reading

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Powershell 5.0 for DSC and LCM on Windows 2008 R2

…this post was published on 2016 December 25. If you want to use DSC ( Desired State Configuration ) on a Server with 2008R2 OS ( as the bible 😉 say ) you should have at least Powershell v4 on remote machine To check that, … Continue reading

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Save scripts as records in powershell

…this post was published on 2016 October 24. would you like to save your work easy and also to keep your activy safe as a record? First you should modify your profile, using following command psedit $profile and add following functions i) … Continue reading

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Powershell and Sharepoint – Ep. 2 – Updating a picture library on O365 from Flickr site

…this post was published on 2016 July 24. Hi ​bellow is the script ready to be used to update a picture library in Sharepoint Online with information from Flicrk.com $results = @() Import-Module MSOnline $global:cred = Get-Credential Connect-MsolService -Credential $global:cred $url = … Continue reading

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Create a site using an existing template with Powershell

  …this post was published on 2016 July 5. starting from this post, let’s try to script few lines to create a site from an existing template. First , you should launch Sharepoint Powershell Modele in your environment Add-PSSnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell For an … Continue reading

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