Category: PowerShell

Installing the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module
Installing the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module
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On February 15, 2021 Microsoft has decommissioned the Skype for Business Online PowerShell Module and rolled the commands that were available in that module into the new Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module. Whether you are using Teams in your organization or not, you will need to upgrade to the latest PowerShell module to manage Skype for… READ MORE

Get SharePoint items from lists by using PowerShell
Get SharePoint items from lists by using PowerShell
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This post describes how to get SharePoint items from any lists by using PowerShell. In some BI architectures, where the user wants to store the data in spreadsheets or somewhere that is not stored within a database, we can usually offer the option of storing that data within a list in SharePoint. In this way,… READ MORE

An Introduction to PowerShell for SharePoint
An Introduction to PowerShell for SharePoint
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By now you must have heard about PowerShell: All the cool kids use it! But what if you are not a developer? Could PowerShell help you out when you are an admin or doing site configuration? Join this webinar to learn how to set up PowerShell on your machine and start managing your environment in… READ MORE

Get file (download) from Sharepoint through PowerShell script
Get file (download) from Sharepoint through PowerShell script
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Another simple article, which provides a PowerShell script that I need to use to download a file from a Sharepoint site. So for that we are using the Pnp.Powershell module by giving the Sharepoint online credentials and then we use Connect-PnPOnline function to connect in the account from the PowerShell. The documentation of this module can be found here: PnP… READ MORE

Foundational PowerShell For Developers - Part 1
Foundational PowerShell For Developers – Part 1
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PowerShell Introduction When Microsoft introduced PowerShell in the mid-2000’s, it was a pretty big deal. The venerable cmd.exe (based on DOS’s command.com) was not very effective in comparison to open source shells popping up on Windows that drug half of a GNU/Linux installation along with them. About 13 years ago I wrote about Microsoft’s new… READ MORE

An Active Directory Change Report from PowerShell
An Active Directory Change Report from PowerShell
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A few days ago I posted some PowerShell code that you could use to be alerted when things changed in Active Directory. The code used PowerShell and CIM events to notify you, for example, when a new user account is created. This can be helpful when you need alerting. But perhaps you only need reporting. What has… READ MORE