Session 3: What's New in PowerShell in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 - 2013

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Presented by: Gary Lapointe Running Time: 122 min Windows PowerShell is so much more than what you can run from the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell command line. To be an effective SharePoint administrator, you need to be able to automate common or complex tasks with scripts that are reusable, tolerant to errors, and sensitive to edge cases or unexpected conditions.

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This Video is part of the Administering SharePoint with Windows PowerShell On-Demand Training.

Windows PowerShell is the preferred tool for administering and automating SharePoint 2010, 2013, and Office 365. If you've been holding back on learning PowerShell, the time has come to tackle it. There’s no better way to get up to speed, fast, with PowerShell than with SharePoint MVPs Dan Holme and Gary Lapointe as they join forces in four sessions, to accelerate your learning curve in this one-of-a-kind workshop

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Join John Savill for 9 hours of comprehensive PowerShell training. This course will start from the ground up, walking through the basics of PowerShell, how to create basic scripts, and building toward creating custom modules to achieve amazing results in your environment, in non-Microsoft environments, and in Azure.

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Sessions meet Thursdays, March 5th through March 19th

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  • Desired State Configuration
  • Building PowerShell workflows using Orchestrator SMA and Azure Automation
  • PLUS new capabilities in PowerShell 4.0 and 5.0

 

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