55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell, Singapore

55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell

55095: SharePoint 2010 And 2013 Auditing And Site Content Administration Using PowerShell Course Description

Duration: 5.00 days (40 hours)

This one day class is designed for SharePoint 2010 and 2013 server administrators and auditors who need to query just about anything in SharePoint. The class handout is effectively a cheat sheet with over 175 PowerShell scripts plus the general patterns to create your own scripts. These scripts cover: 
  • using the SharePoint Management Shell and the ISE
  • general tips for counting, reformatting and exporting results;
  • understand and drilling up and down the SharePoint object model
  • getting lists / inventories of servers, services web applications, sites, webs, lists, libraries, items, fields, content types, users and much more
  • finding lists by template type, content type and types of content
    finding files by user, content type, file extension, checked out status, size and age
  • finding inactive sites
  • finding and changing SharePoint Designer settings and finding and resetting customized pages
  • inventorying and managing features
  • deleting and recycling files and list items
  • inventorying users and user permissions and finding out who can access what
  • creating sites, lists and libraries
  • uploading and downloading files
  • and much more
  • Galactic Solutions. 
    E-mail: sales@galacticsolutions.com.my

    Intended Audience For This 55095: SharePoint 2010 And 2013 Auditing And Site Content Administration Using PowerShell Course

    • » SharePoint server administrators.
    • » SharePoint auditors.
    • » Also valuable for SharePoint developers.

    55095: SharePoint 2010 And 2013 Auditing And Site Content Administration Using PowerShell Course Objectives

    • » Use PowerShell to query just about anything inside of SharePoint.
    • » Understand the core SharePoint object model and object hierarchy as seen from PowerShell.
    • » Format PowerShell output in to reports.
    • » Manage resources to limit the impact on production servers.
    • » Create and delete Site Collections, subsites, lists, libraries and content.

    55095: SharePoint 2010 And 2013 Auditing And Site Content Administration Using PowerShell Course Outline

      1. Module 1: SharePoint and PowerShell
        1. History of PowerShell in SharePoint
        2. PowerShell vs. Search
        3. PowerShell, SharePoint Management Shell and cmdlets
        4. Security and Permissions Needed
        5. Getting Started with PowerShell: Counting Items, Custom Columns, Reformatting Numbers, Saving Results to a File
        6. Changing and Updating Content: Creating SharePoint Objects, Changing Objects
        7. Lab : Using PowerShell with SharePoint
        8. Using PowerShell with SharePoint
      2. Module 2: Working with SharePoint CMDLETs and Objects
        1. GUIDs
        2. Sites vs. Webs
        3. The SharePoint Object Hierarchy
        4. Lab : Working with SharePoint CMDLETs and Objects
        5. Get a list of all Site Collections and their GUIDs
        6. Get a list of all Webs in all Site Collections
        7. Given a webs URL get its parent web and web application
      3. Module 3: Managing Memory and Limiting Performance Impact
        1. Memory Management and Disposing Objects
        2. Limiting Impact on Production Servers
        3. Lab : Managing Memory and Limiting Performance Impact
        4. Exploring PowerShells use of system memory.
        5. Testing the impact of scripts on server performance
      4. Module 4: Working with Content
        1. Getting Farm Information: version, services, services, features
        2. Getting Web Application information
        3. Exploring Site Collections: retrieve Site Collections, Site Collection Administrators, quotas
        4. Working with the Recycle Bins: finding items, getting file counts and bytes, deleted sites
        5. Exploring Webs: web templates, finding webs, finding webs based on template, Quick Launch and Top Link Bar navigation
        6. Exploring Lists and Libraries: finding all lists, lists by type, lists by Content Type, columns/fields, document count by web or library
        7. Exploring Content Types
        8. Finding documents: by a word in the title, file type, content type, size, date age, checked out status, approval status and many more�?�
        9. Deleting content
        10. Downloading and uploading files
        11. Lab : Working with Content
        12. Explore the farm.
        13. Inventory site collections.
        14. Create a recycle bin report.
        15. Finding all blog sites.
        16. Find all picture libraries.
        17. Find all PDF files over 5 MB.
        18. Delete all videos in a site collection.
      5. Module 5: Users and Security
        1. Users: find a user, get a list of all users, working with Active Directory groups
        2. SharePoint groups: Get lists of groups, get the members of a group, find all groups a user belongs to, find the groups associated with a web
        3. Expanding users lists that include Active Directory groups
        4. Documenting Broken Inheritance / Unique Permissions: webs, lists, libraries, folders, items
        5. Working with Role Assignments
        6. Lab : Users and Security
        7. Get a list of all users who have access to a Site Collection.
        8. Get a list of all groups in a Site Collection.
        9. Get a list of all groups a user belongs to.
        10. List all users who may have access to a SharePoint securable.
        11. Get a list of all securables with broken inheritance.
      6. Module 6: Managing Sites
        1. Finding Inactive Webs
        2. Creating and Deleting Site Collections
        3. Getting Site Collection Data
        4. Creating and Deleting Subsites
        5. Working With SharePoint Designer Settings
        6. Lab : Managing Sites
        7. Create a report for inactive sites.
        8. Create a site collection and subsites.
        9. Delete a site.
        10. Delete a site collection.
        11. Disable SharePoint Designer in all site collections.
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