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You can go further with a pipeline and combine it with other cmdlets to perform additional tasks For example, to save the properties in a CSV file, add the Export-Csv cmdlet to the pipeline
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PS > Get-SPWeb -Identity http://SPServer01 | Select-Object -Property * | >> Export-Csv C:\SiteInformationcsv >>
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Now you can retrieve the information from the CSV file with the Import-Csv cmdlet and select specified properties using the Select-Object cmdlet
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Windows PowerShell includes a lot of cmdlets that help us in our daily work Combining cmdlets through a pipeline is a great way to solve complex administrative tasks with a one-liner in Windows PowerShell Here is another example that uses a pipeline to measure the number of web templates available in SharePoint 2010:
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PS > Get-SPWebTemplate | Measure-Object Count Average Sum Maximum Minimum Property : 50 : : : : :
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This example uses the Get-SPWebTemplate cmdlet to retrieve all available web templates, and then send the objects to the Measure-Object cmdlet, which returns the number of web templates available An earlier example demonstrated using the Get-Command cmdlet to retrieve all SharePoint 2010 cmdlets and placed the command within parentheses, allowing access to the Count property As you ve seen here, you can achieve the same goal using the Measure-Object cmdlet
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Sorting objects by property values can be achieved with the Sort-Object cmdlet The Sort-Object cmdlet supports a set of parameters that you can use to specify which property to sort on, which order to sort in, and more The following example retrieves all sites from a site collection and sorts them by the time they were created
PS > Get-SPSite -Identity http://SPServer01 | Get-SPWeb | >> Sort-Object -Property Created Url --http://spserver01 http://spserver01/Web1 http://spserver01/Web2 http://spserver01/Web3 http://spserver01/Web4 http://spserver01/Web5 http://spserver01/Web6
3:
Getting Started with PowerShell in SharePoint 2010
http://spserver01/Web7 http://spserver01/Web8 http://spserver01/Web9 http://spserver01/Web10
Summary
This chapter introduced Windows PowerShell, including how to start it You learned how to call the SharePoint 2010 cmdlets and get additional information about cmdlets explaining how and when to use them We looked at cmdlet parameters and how to use them to provide information and set options that tell the cmdlet how to behave The last part of the chapter showed how to send commands through a pipeline to solve advanced administrative tasks with a simple one-liner in Windows PowerShell The next chapter describes how to manage SharePoint 2010 through Windows PowerShell using the SharePoint 2010 cmdlets
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Managing SharePoint 2010 with Windows PowerShell
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrators
s you learned in 3, the SharePoint 2010 snap-in for Windows PowerShell includes more than 500 cmdlets, and some of these are designed to retrieve information from SharePoint This chapter focuses on the cmdlets for configuring the SharePoint 2010 environment that is, creating and deleting objects and modifying their properties
Managing Permissions in SharePoint 2010
Running the SharePoint 2010 cmdlets in Windows PowerShell requires the user to be a member of the SharePoint Shell Access role in the configuration database, and the WSS_ADMIN_WPG local security group on the SharePoint 2010 server The Add-SPShellAdmin cmdlet is used to add users to the SharePoint Shell Access role and to the WSS_ADMIN_WPG local security group on all servers that have the SharePoint Foundation 2010 Web Application role To add a user to the SharePoint Shell Access role for a specific database, you can type:
PS > Add-SPShellAdmin -UserName powershell\nigo ` >> -database (Get-SPContentDatabase -Identity WSS_Content) PS > Get-SPShellAdmin UserName -------POWERSHELL\nigo
In this example, we use the Add-SPShellAdmin cmdlet to add the user powershell\ nigo to the SharePoint Shell Access role in the WSS_Content database and the farm configuration database Notice how we also use the Get-SPContentDatabase cmdlet to retrieve a specific content database If you do not specify a database, the user will be added only to the SharePoint Shell Access role in the farm configuration database The Get-SPShellAdmin cmdlet returns the login names of users who have the SharePoint Shell Access role in a specific database You can use the cmdlet by typing:
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