Session 3: PowerShell for SharePoint Administration

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Presented by: Seb Matthews and Jason Himmelstein Running Time: 57 min Learn how to write reusable scripts, how to build SharePoint by using PowerShell, and other practical applications of PowerShell in SharePoint. To illustrate, we'll offer demos, demos, and more demos!

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With SharePoint administration, ongoing management is vital to the success of your SharePoint environment. In earlier versions of SharePoint, you could manage your world by using the GUI. But now Windows PowerShell is the first line of defense. It's critical for the care and feeding of SharePoint that you know how to use PowerShell, whether in an on-premises, hybrid, or cloud scenario.

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