PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 How-To [NOOK Book]

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Need fast, reliable, easy-to-implement solutions for automating SharePoint 2013 administration with PowerShell? This guide delivers exactly what you?re looking for: step-by-step help and guidance with the tasks you?ll perform most often. You?ll find tested PowerShell scripts and techniques for managing installations, servers, farms, IIS, users, services, sites, data, solutions, enterprise services, search, PerformancePoint business intelligence, and more. This edition adds time-saving techniques for managing user...
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PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 How-To

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Overview

Need fast, reliable, easy-to-implement solutions for automating SharePoint 2013 administration with PowerShell? This guide delivers exactly what you’re looking for: step-by-step help and guidance with the tasks you’ll perform most often. You’ll find tested PowerShell scripts and techniques for managing installations, servers, farms, IIS, users, services, sites, data, solutions, enterprise services, search, PerformancePoint business intelligence, and more. This edition adds time-saving techniques for managing user licensing and new SharePoint 2013 service applications, covers new cmdlets, and contains two new reference appendices. This focused resource for scripting SharePoint with PowerShell provides all the answers you need—now!

Fast, Accurate, and Easy to Use!
  • Run PowerShell scripts from the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell console
  • Perform unattended SharePoint installations
  • Configure new farms, add servers, and manage sites
  • Create new site collections and sub-sites
  • Review and set Farm Configuration Values and SharePoint Designer Settings
  • Display, get, create, remove, configure, and extend web applications
  • Create, manage, remove, back up, and restore SharePoint databases
  • Work with SharePoint solutions and features
  • Automatically publish and manage content
  • Establish and change external data connections via Business Data Connectivity Service
  • Control the new versions of Excel, Access, Visio, and Word Services
  • Script Office Web Apps to deliver more robust web/mobile solutions
  • Manage PerformancePoint business intelligence via cmdlets
  • Administer Enterprise Search, InfoPath Form Services, profiles, metadata, and Secure Store
  • Streamline Work Management Services to help users track tasks more efficiently

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780133392258
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 3/6/2013
  • Series: How-To
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 907,381
  • File size: 13 MB
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Meet the Author

Steven Mann was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he still resides today. He is an Enterprise Applications Engineer for Morgan Lewis and has more than 19 years of professional experience.

Steven has authored and coauthored several books related to the subject of SharePoint Server, PowerShell, Managed Metadata, and Business Intelligence.



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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Overview of This Book 1

How to Benefit from This Book 1

How to Continue Expanding Your Knowledge 2

1 SharePoint 2013 Management Shell 3

How Do I Run PowerShell? 4

How Do I Make PowerShell Aware of SharePoint? 5

What Is the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell? 5

What Is the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell Loading? 6

2 PowerShell Basics 9

What Is a Cmdlet? 10

How Can I See the Possible Verbs for a Noun Command? 10

What Is a Parameter? 10

What Is a Switch Parameter? 10

How Can I See the Possible Parameters for a Cmdlet? 11

What Does F3 Do? 11

What Does F7 Do? 11

What Are Console Commands? 12

Path Environment Variable 13

Running Unsigned Scripts 13

Disabling the Confirmation Prompt 14

Generating Inline Credentials 14

Referencing an Assembly 15

3 SharePoint Installation and Configuration 17

Prepare the Microsoft SharePoint Installation Module 18

Install SharePoint Unattended 19

Install Without a Product Key in the Configuration File 20

Configure a New SharePoint Farm 21

Join a Server to the SharePoint Farm 22

Create a New Web Application 22

Create a New Site Collection 23

Create a New Subsite 24

4 Farm Management 27

Review Farm Configuration Values 28

Set the Farm Configuration Values 28

Refresh Installed Products 30

Change the Port of Central Admin 30

Change the Farm Passphrase 30

Retrieve the System Accounts 31

Retrieve Managed Accounts 32

Rename a Server on the Farm 32

Display the Configured Managed Paths 33

Create a New Managed Path 34

Remove a Managed Path 34

Merge Log Files 35

End the Current Log File 36

Review SharePoint Designer Settings 36

Configure SharePoint Designer Settings 37

Review Workflow Configuration Settings 38

Modify Workflow Configuration Settings 39

Display Available Timer Jobs on the Farm 40

Get a Specific Timer Job 41

Enable a Timer Job 41

Disable a Timer Job 42

Start a Timer Job 42

Set the Schedule for a Timer Job 43

5 Web Application Management 45

Display Available Web Applications on the Farm 46

Get a Specific Web Application 46

Remove a Web Application 47

Create a New Web Application 48

Configure Web Application Settings 48

Extend a Web Application 49

Create an Alternate Access-Mapping URL 50

Display All Alternate Access Mappings 51

Get a Specific Alternate URL Entry 51

Change the Zone of an Alternate Access Mapping 51

Remove an Alternate Access Mapping 52

6 Service Application Management 53

Install Service Applications 54

Display Available Service Applications on the Farm 54

Get a Specific Service Application 55

Configure IIS Settings for a Service Application 55

Share a Service Application 57

Remove a Service Application 57

Display Service Instances on a Server 57

Get a Specific Service Instance 58

Start a Service Instance 59

Stop a Service Instance 59

Ancillary Cmdlets for Service Applications 60

7 SharePoint Database Management 61

Display All SharePoint Databases 62

Get a Specific Database 63

Create a New Content Database 63

Display All Content Databases for a Web Application 64

Detach a Content Database from a Web Application 65

Attach a Content Database to a Web Application 65

Delete a Content Database 66

Create a New Configuration Database 66

Delete a Configuration Database 67

Back Up a Configuration Database 67

Restore a Configuration Database 68

Back Up the SharePoint Farm 69

Restore the SharePoint Farm 69

Back Up a Site Collection 70

Restore a Site Collection 70

8 Site Management 71

Display All Available Site Collections on the Farm 72

Display Available Site Collections in a Web Application 72

Display Available Site Collections in a Content Database 73

Get a Specific Site Collection 73

Remove a Site Collection 74

Create a Site Collection 74

Set the Lock State of a Site Collection 75

Set the Storage Limits on a Site Collection 76

Create a Site Under a Site Collection 76

Display All Subsites Within a Site Collection 77

Get a Specific Subsite (Web) 78

Remove a Subsite (Web) from a Site Collection 78

Modify the Subsite (Web) URL 79

Move a Site Collection to a Different Content Database 79

Move All Site Collections from One Content Database to Another 80

Display All Deleted Site Collections 80

Display Deleted Site Collections in a Content Database 81

Get a Specific Deleted Site Collection 81

Remove a Deleted Site Collection 82

Restore a Deleted Site Collection 82

Configure Information Rights Management (IRM) Settings 83

9 Solutions and Features 85

Add a Solution to the SharePoint Farm 86

Display Available Solutions on the Farm 86

Get a Specific Solution 87

Deploy a Solution to a Web Application 87

Retract a Solution 88

Upgrade a Deployed Solution 89

Remove a Solution from the SharePoint Farm 90

Add a Sandboxed Solution to a Site Collection 90

Display Available Sandboxed Solutions in a Site Collection 91

Get a Specific Sandboxed Solution 91

Activate a Sandboxed Solution 91

Deactivate a Sandboxed Solution 92

Upgrade a Deployed Sandboxed Solution 92

Remove a Sandboxed Solution from a Site Collection 93

Display Available Features 93

Get a Specific Feature 94

Activate a Feature 95

Deactivate a Feature 95

Install a Feature in SharePoint 96

Uninstall a Feature from SharePoint 97

Export Installed Farm Solutions 97

10 Content Deployment 99

Create a New Deployment Path 100

Display Deployment Paths Configured on the Farm 100

Get a Specific Content Deployment Path 101

Remove a Content Deployment Path 101

Create a New Deployment Job 102

Display Deployment Jobs Configured on the Farm 102

Get a Specific Content Deployment Job 103

Remove a Content Deployment Job 103

Start a Content Deployment Job 103

Modify Content Deployment Configurations 104

11 User Licensing 105

Display User Licensing Status 106

Enable User Licensing Enforcement 106

Disable User Licensing Enforcement 107

Display Available User Licenses 107

Create a New License Mapping 108

Add a New License Mapping 108

Display All License Mappings 109

Remove a License Mapping 110

12 InfoPath Forms Services 111

Browser-Enabled Form Templates 112

Throttle Data Connection Timeouts 112

Throttle the Data Connection Response Size 113

Modify Authentication Settings 113

Configure Session State 114

Enable View State 115

Verify and Upload a Form Template 116

Upload Multiple Form Templates at Once 116

Activate or Deactivate a Form to or from a Site Collection 117

Remove a Form from InfoPath Form Services 117

Quiesce a Form from InfoPath Form Services 118

Enable the Web Service Proxy 118

Export Forms Services Administration Files 119

Import Forms Services Administration Files 120

13 Enterprise Search 121

Display the Enterprise Search Service Information 122

Display Enterprise Search Service Instances 122

Get a Specific Enterprise Search Service Instance 123

Configure the Crawl Account for Enterprise Search 124

Configure the Enterprise Search Service Performance Level 124

Display Enterprise Search Service Applications 125

Get a Specific Enterprise Search Service Application 126

Create a Custom Metadata Category 126

Display Available Metadata Categories 127

Get a Specific Metadata Category 127

Create a Custom Metadata Crawled Property 128

Display Available Crawled Properties 129

Get a Specific Metadata Crawled Property 130

Create a Custom Metadata-Managed Property 130

Display Available Managed Properties 131

Get a Specific Metadata-Managed Property 132

Create a Metadata Mapping 133

Use Advanced Cmdlets for Search 133

14 Profile Service 135

Get the Identity of the Profile Service Application 136

Get a Specific Profile Service Application Instance 136

Configure Settings on the Profile Service Application 137

Remove Old Comments 137

Remove Old Ratings 138

Remove Old Tags 138

Update the Profile Photo Store 139

Refresh the Feed Cache 139

Refresh a Specific User’s Feed Cache 140

Use Advanced Cmdlets for the Profile Service 140

15 Business Data Connectivity Service 143

Get the Identity of the BCS Service Application 144

Get a Specific BCS Service Application Instance 144

Configure the BCS Database 145

Get a BCS Metadata Object 145

Import a BCS Model 146

Export a BCS Model 147

Set the Entity Notification Web 147

Get the Entity Notification Web 148

Create an OData Connection 148

Get an OData Connection 149

Update an OData Connection 150

16 Secure Store Service 153

Get the Identity of the Secure Store Service Application 154

Get a Specific Secure Store Service Application Instance 154

Enable Auditing for the Secure Store Service 155

Configure the Secure Store Database 155

Generate a New Master Key 156

Refresh the Encryption Key 157

Create Application Fields 157

Create a Target Application 159

Create a New Application Entry 159

17 Metadata Service 161

Get the Identity of the Metadata Service Application 162

Get a Specific Metadata Service Application Instance 162

Configure the Metadata Service Accounts 163

Configure the Term Store Database 163

Configure the Content Type Hub 164

Get the Identity of the Metadata Service Application Proxy 164

Get a Specific Metadata Service Application Proxy Instance 165

Configure the Metadata Service Connection Options 166

18 Session State and State Service 169

Enable Session State 170

Disable Session State 170

Display Session State Information 171

Configure the Timeout of the Session State 172

Display State Service Applications Configured on the Farm 173

Get a Specific State Service Application 173

Rename a State Service Application 174

Perform State Service Database Operations 174

19 Work Management Service 177

Get the Identity of the Work Management Service Application 178

Get a Specific Work Management Service Application Instance 178

Configure the Refresh Threshold 179

Configure the Search Query Threshold 179

Configure the User Synchronization Per Server 180

Get the Identity of the Work Management Service Application Proxy 181

Get a Specific Work Management Service Application Proxy Instance 181

20 Machine Translation Service 183

Get the Identity of the Machine Translation Service Application 184

Get a Specific Machine Translation Service Application Instance 184

Get the Identity of the Machine Translation Service Proxy 185

Get a Specific Machine Translation Service Application Proxy Instance 185

Configure the Translation Processes 186

Configure Translations Throughput 186

Configure Enabled Document File Extensions for Translation 188

Modify Database Information 189

Modify Translation Timeouts 190

Modify the Maximum Translation Attempts 191

Modify the Recycle Threshold 191

21 Excel Services 193

Create a Trusted File Location 194

Display All Trusted File Locations 195

Get a Specific Trusted File Location 196

Remove a Trusted File Location 197

Create a Trusted Data Connection Library 197

Display All Trusted Data Connection Libraries 198

Get a Specific Trusted Data Connection Library 199

Remove a Trusted Data Connection Library 199

Create a New Safe Data Provider 200

Display All Safe Data Providers 201

Get a Specific Safe Data Provider 201

Remove a Safe Data Provider 202

Create a Blocked File Type 202

Display All Blocked File Types 203

Get a Specific Blocked File Type 203

Remove a Blocked File Type 204

Create a User-Defined Function Reference 204

Display All User-Defined Function References 205

Get a Specific User-Defined Function Reference 206

Remove a User-Defined Function Reference 206

Modify Excel Services Objects 207

22 PerformancePoint Services 209

Configure the Unattended Service Account 210

Display the Unattended Service Account 210

Create a Trusted Content Location 211

Create a Trusted Data Source Location 212

Display All Trusted Content Locations 212

Display All Trusted DataSource Locations 213

Display Details of Trusted Locations 213

Get a Specific Trusted Location 214

Remove a Trusted Location 214

Configure PerformancePoint Services to Enforce Trusted Locations 215

Configure PerformancePoint Services Application Settings 216

23 Access Services 217

Configure the Application Log Size 218

Configure the Cache Timeout 218

Modify the Maximum Columns in a Query 219

Modify the Maximum Calculated Columns in a Query 219

Configure the Maximum Order By Clauses 220

Configure the Maximum Number of Rows in a Query 220

Configure the Maximum Number of Records in an Access Table 221

Configure the Maximum Number of Sources in a Query 222

Enable and Disable the Use of Outer Joins 222

Allow or Restrict Nonremotable Queries 223

Throttle Access Services Memory Utilization 224

Throttle Session Memory Utilization 224

Configure User Sessions 225

Limit Template Sizes 225

Modify Access Services Databases 226

24 Visio Graphics Services 227

Configure the Unattended Service Account 228

Create a New Safe Data Provider 228

Display All Safe Data Providers 229

Get a Specific Safe Data Provider 230

Remove a Safe Data Provider 230

Setting the Description of a Data Provider 231

Configuring Visio Performance Settings 231

25 Word Automation Services 233

Configure the Conversion Processes 234

Configure Conversion Throughput 234

Configure Supported Document Formats for Conversion 236

Modify Database Information 237

Modify Job Monitoring 238

Modify Conversion Timeouts 239

Modify the Maximum Conversion Attempts 239

Modify the Maximum Memory Usage 240

Disable Word 97–2003 Document Scanning 240

Disable Embedded Fonts in Conversions 241

Modify the Recycle Threshold 242

26 Office Web Apps 243

Create a New WOPI Binding in SharePoint 244

Review Current SharePoint WOPI Bindings 245

Configure the Default Action for an Application 245

Remove WOPI Bindings from SharePoint 246

Configure the WOPI SharePoint Zone 247

Disable Certain WOPI Actions 247

Resolve Invalid Proof Signature 248

A stsadm Versus SharePoint PowerShell 249

A Operations 249

B Operations 250

C Operations 250

D Operations 250

E Operations 251

G Operations 251

I Operations 252

L Operations 252

M Operations 252

O, P, and Q Operations 252

R Operations 252

S Operations 253

U Operations 254

V Operations 254

B Upgrade and Migration 255

Test-SPContentDatabase 255

Upgrade-SPContentDatabase 255

Upgrade-SPFarm 256

Test-SPSite 256

Repair-SPSite 256

Upgrade-SPSite 256

Additional Upgrade Cmdlets 256

C Enterprise Search Reference 259

Administrative 259

Crawling 259

Metadata 260

Miscellaneous 261

Querying 262

Service Application 263

Topology 264

D App Management Service Reference 265

App Settings and Configuration 265

Denied Endpoint Management 266

Installation and Provisioning of Apps 266

Marketplace Management 266

Service Application 267

Index 269

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