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Running SharePoint 2010 Cmdlets Remotely
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Windows PowerShell includes the Add-PSSnapin cmdlet, which is used to add registered snap-ins to the current session After a snap-in is added, you can use cmdlets and providers that the snap-in supports When SharePoint 2010 is installed, it also installs
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a Windows PowerShell snap-in for SharePoint You can use the snap-in to run cmdlets included in SharePoint 2010 remotely
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PS > Enter-PSSession -ComputerName SPServer01powershellnu ` >> -Authentication CredSSP -Credential powershell\administrator [SPServer01powershellnu]: PS > Get-PSSnapin -Registered
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Name : MicrosoftSharePointPowerShell PSVersion : 10 Description : Register all administration Cmdlets for Microsoft SharePoint Server [SPServer01powershellnu]: PS > Add-PSSnapin MicrosoftSharePointPowerShell
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In this example, we use the Enter-PSSession cmdlet to start an interactive session on the server SPServer01 We then use the Get-PSSnapin cmdlet to retrieve all registered snap-ins Since the server has SharePoint 2010 installed, Microsoft SharePointPowerShell is returned We can add the snap-in with the AddPSSnapin cmdlet and invoke all the cmdlets available in SharePoint 2010 remotely In a standard remote Session each pipeline, function, or script is run on its own thread To start a remote session that runs pipelines, functions, and scripts on the same thread, you have to create a custom session configuration on every server in the farm that you want to manage remotely This example demonstrates how to create a custom session configuration
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PS > Register-PSSessionConfiguration -Name SharePoint -ThreadOptions ReuseThread
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When starting a remote session against a server in the farm that contains a custom session configuration, you can simply use the ConfigurationName parameter as demonstrated in this example:
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PS > Enter-PSSession -ComputerName SPServer01powershellnu `>> -Authentication CredSSP -Credential powershell\administrator `>> -ConfigurationName SharePoint
Summary
In this chapter, we covered the use of functions, execution policies, and scripts in Windows PowerShell Finally, we looked at a few examples of running Windows PowerShell remotely This concludes Part II of the book In next part, you will learn how you to use Windows PowerShell with SharePoint 2010 in real life
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PART III
SharePoint 2010 and PowerShell: Real-World Solutions
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Scripted Installation
PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrators
harePoint 2010 can be installed in either of two ways: using a wizard that takes you through the different steps or by using a script Using the scripted installation option not only gives you more options to control the setup, but it also provides the opportunity to reuse the script over and over again to achieve the exact same result Therefore, a scripted installation should be a part of your disaster and recovery plan to make sure you can quickly rebuild your environment in case of a disaster Imagine that you are about to set up a proof-of-concept (POC) or test environment of SharePoint 2010 to evaluate and test the new features for your organization This will most likely be the case whether you are about to implement SharePoint for the first time or you are upgrading from a previous SharePoint version It is also likely that you will need to reinstall this environment several times during your evaluation Also, you might want to set up additional staging environments when you are finished with your testing and evaluation In these cases, scripted installations will save you a lot of work SharePoint 2010 offers a set of PowerShell cmdlets to perform the necessary installation steps In this chapter, we will go through a basic setup to demonstrate the cmdlets Then we will put together a reusable PowerShell script that you can use as is or modify to suit your particular needs
Scripted Installation of SharePoint 2010 Using Windows PowerShell
When the binaries are installed on the server (we will not go through the actual installation of the SharePoint binaries in this chapter) and we have a Microsoft SQL Server instance available, the first thing we need to do is create a configuration database The configuration database is the heart of a SharePoint farm and contains more or less all global settings Without the configuration database, a SharePoint farm would not function To create this new database we use the New-SPConfigurationDatabase cmdlet This cmdlet requires that we specify the database name and the name of the database server instance, as well as the name of the content database associated with the Central Administration web application, the credentials of the farm account to use, and the passphrase used when adding extra servers to the farm So, to begin, we specify the name of the database Storing information in variables allows us to reuse the variables
PS > $dbName = "NimaIntranet_ConfigDB"
Setting the database name is an option available when performing a setup using Windows PowerShell (or STSADM) If you use the graphical configuration wizard
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