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Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Windows PowerShell 2.0: Expert Cookbook by Yaroslav Pentsarskyy

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Creating a custom PowerShell Snap-In

As we've seen in the Creating a custom PowerShell command (CmdLet) recipe, the creation of PowerShell CmdLet is a process of defining the functionality you want to expose to the user, and sealing it as a .NET assembly. In this recipe, we'll take a look at how you install your custom CmdLet which directly involves the creation of a PowerShell Snap-In.

We have already used the PowerShell Snap-In when we referenced a set of SharePoint Set earlier in this chapter. In this case, we called the following command:

Add-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell"

In this example, we'll use similar approach to call our custom Snap-In.

Getting ready

As trivial as it sounds, to create a Snap-In, you will need to create another ...

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