Introduction To Microsoft Powershell With Sharepoint Server

Introduction to Microsoft PowerShell with SharePoint Server MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 43M | 1.06 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English If you’re not a developer or programmer by trade, but you want to automate a certain redundant procedure within SharePoint Server 2016, Microsoft PowerShell is your answer! Get the details in this practical introductory course, which starts with the basics and wraps up with a helpful demonstration of the concepts and technology.
Learn what PowerShell is and why to use it, along with the basic construct of PowerShell cmdlets. See how to make cmdlets, hear the minimum permissions required to run them in SharePoint, and take a look at the different ways to get help on cmdlets and how to use them in your day-to-day tasks. Determine which cmdlets are available, and find out about parameter sets. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about PowerShell and how it can interact with SharePoint Server 2016 to manipulate web apps, site collections, and more.
0 | Course Introduction
Meet the instructors, and review the course agenda.
1 | What is Microsoft PowerShell?
Get an introduction to PowerShell, a task automation and configuration management framework that can directly interact with SharePoint Server 2016 to manipulate web apps and more.
2 | What is a cmdlet?
Learn about PowerShell cmdlets, which are the basic PowerShell unit and which are a specialized .NET class that implements a specific task or operation.
3 | Permission and PowerShell
Find out which basic security groups you must be a member of to access PowerShell, and get to know the basic PowerShell commands used for managing security permissions.
4 | How do I see what cmdlets are available?
Learn how to find all the PowerShell cmdlets that you can use to manage your SharePoint implementation. See how to get help for a cmdlet.
5 | Pipeline
Get an introduction to SharePoint pipelines, where one object of a PowerShell command is passed to another-that is, the result of the first command is input to the next command.
6 | Parameter Sets
Find out all about PowerShell parameter sets, which are multiple ways of using the same command.
7 | PowerShell Demonstration
See a demo of basic PowerShell cmdlets using the SharePoint 2016 Management Shell.
8 | Course Conclusion
Hear closing thoughts from the instructors, as you wrap up the course, and take the post-course survey.

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