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Service applications can be managed through the Central Administration site As discussed in 2, you have the option to delegate the administration of each service application individually Creating, modifying, and deleting service applications and their associations are also easily done through Central Administration, as shown in Figure 18-2
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Additionally, Central Administration offers an interface for publishing service applications You can use the Publish button in the Central Administration site to publish a service application, as shown in Figure 18-3
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Summary
In this chapter, we demonstrated many of the built-in Windows PowerShell cmdlets for managing service applications in SharePoint 2010 We created a new managed metadata service application, and then associated it with a new proxy group We also briefly looked at how to change the settings of a service application In our example, we added a new administrator and specified the site collection to be used as the content type hub We then looked at the steps that need to be taken to publish a service application for interfarm access This required setting up a trust between two SharePoint 2010 farms and exchanging root certificates
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Managing Users and Groups
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrators
common question when implementing SharePoint is how site permissions should be handled The short answer is that it depends on how the SharePoint site or sites are used In some cases, the best way is to add Active Directory groups into SharePoint groups In scenarios where access rights change often, it might be better to add individual user accounts to SharePoint groups directly Managing these SharePoint groups and their members could quickly turn into a lot of time-consuming tasks Another situation arises when you have a number of sites that are inheriting permissions from a single parent, but then at some point need to start using their own unique permissions thus bringing about the requirement to create new groups for each site Along with groups, individual user accounts must be managed For example, when an employee has left the company, the account is usually disabled or deleted in the Active Directory, but in SharePoint, the user still shows up in the site permissions Security-wise this is not a problem as long as the account is disabled or removed, but it often generates a lot of questions since the SharePoint users cannot see that the account is disabled In this chapter, we will cover how to can manage SharePoint groups and user permissions with Windows PowerShell by implementing simple yet useful functions for creating, modifying, and deleting SharePoint groups We will also go through populating groups with user accounts, as well as modifying and removing users
Working with Groups
Groups in a site collection can be retrieved using the SiteGroups property of any of the instances of the MicrosoftSharePointSPWeb class that are members of this site collection The property returns a collection of objects of type MicrosoftSharePoint SPGroup The following example demonstrates how to store a collection of groups in a variable and use the Select-Object cmdlet to retrieve some basic information about the groups
PS > $spWeb = Get-SPWeb http://nimaintranet PS > $spGroupCollection = $spWebSiteGroups PS > $spGroupCollection | Select-Object -Property Name, Owner, Description
To retrieve only the groups for a specific site, use the Groups property instead of the SiteGroups property
Creating Groups
The MicrosoftSharePointSPGroupCollection class provides the Add method for adding new groups to a site collection The method has parameters for the name, owner, default user, and description The name and description parameters are of type SystemString, so you can simply use string literals as values for them The owner and default user parameters are of types MicrosoftSharePointSPMember and
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