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SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell

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SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell
This one day class is designed for SharePoint server administrators and auditors who need to query just about anything in SharePoint. The class handout is effectively a cheat sheet with over 175 PowerShell scripts plus the general patterns to create your own scripts.
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Author: MAX Technical Training, Michael T Smith

Course Duration: 1 Days

SATV: Yes

About This Course

This one day class is designed for SharePoint 2010 and 2013 server administrators and auditors who need to query just about anything in SharePoint. The class handout is effectively a cheat sheet with over 175 PowerShell scripts plus the general patterns to create your own scripts. These scripts cover:

•using the SharePoint Management Shell and the ISE

•general tips for counting, reformatting and exporting results;

•understand and drilling up and down the SharePoint object model

•getting lists / inventories of servers, services web applications, sites, webs, lists, libraries, items, fields, content types, users and much more

•finding lists by template type, content type and types of content

•finding files by user, content type, file extension, checked out status, size and age

•finding inactive sites

•finding and changing SharePoint Designer settings and finding and resetting customized pages

•inventorying and managing features

•deleting and recycling files and list items

•inventorying users and user permissions and finding out “who can access what”

•creating sites, lists and libraries

•uploading and downloading files

•and much more…

Audience Profile

This course is intended for:

•SharePoint server administrators.

•SharePoint auditors.

•Also valuable for SharePoint developers.

At Course Completion

  • Use PowerShell to query just about anything inside of SharePoint.
  • Understand the core SharePoint object model and object hierarchy as seen from PowerShell.
  • Format PowerShell output in to reports.
  • Manage resources to limit the impact on production servers.
  • Create and delete Site Collections, subsites, lists, libraries and content.