Session 4: Automating SharePoint Administration with Windows PowerShell - 2013

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Presented by: Gary Lapointe Running Time: 81 min Knowing the Windows PowerShell syntax is one thing, knowing the SharePoint API and architecture is another thing. And understanding how to use all that knowledge to automate common tasks is something else entirely.

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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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