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PowerShell™ for SharePoint

Book Description

No-nonsense, step-by-step PowerShell scripts and tools for solving real problems in SharePoint environments: fast, accurate, easy to use!

  • A concise, task-based guide for every SharePoint 2010 IT professional, including administrators, developers, and architects

  • Tested PowerShell scripts and techniques for managing servers, farms, IIS, users, services, sites, data, solutions, and enterprise services: an indispensable resource, organized for easy access and use

  • By leading SharePoint solutions developer Steven Mann

Microsoft's PowerShell is quickly becoming the de facto command-line administration and automation tool for SharePoint. Using PowerShell, IT professionals can streamline the management of SharePoint 2010 servers, farms, sites, features, data, users, enterprise services, and more. Now, there's a single source for all the reliable PowerShell solutions they're looking for: PowerShell for SharePoint 2010 How-To. Leading business collaboration solutions developer Steven Mann presents concise tutorials to get SharePoint professionals up to speed, and walks through dozens of solutions, providing annotated scripts and step-by-step instructions for each. Logically organized for easy reference, this book's coverage includes: installing SharePoint more efficiently; configuring server farms; creating user and service accounts; administering sites and data; managing IIS; utilizing Excel Services, Access Services, and Visio Graphic Services; integrating PerformancePoint business intelligence capabilities; working with Enterprise Search, and much more. This concise, low-cost book goes far beyond "tips and tricks" to serve as the daily reference resource for every IT professional who wants to solve real problems with SharePoint 2010 and PowerShell.