Archive | PowerShell RSS feed for this archive

Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell Review

03/14/2012

0 Comments

Recently Microsoft released the Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell. Being that I dabble in PowerShell for SharePoint, this certainly got my interest. After what was a very quick installation, I launched the Script Explorer and was presented with a nice clean interface: Read more… Advertisements

Continue reading...

Add Top Link Bar Inheritance using PowerShell for SharePoint 2010

01/01/2012

0 Comments

I would like to kick off the New Year with perhaps my shortest blog entry for 2012! I had a client that created several subsites without selecting to use the same navigation as its parent. The decision was later made to add this back in order to provide some consistency throughout the environment. To easily […]

Continue reading...

SharePoint Information Architecture Diagram Using PowerShell and Visio

11/21/2011

0 Comments

Having a well-planned Information Architecture is critical for the success of a SharePoint implementation. Sometimes, as we all know, our environments get away from us and site owners start running frantic – sites are created without our knowledge or placed where they shouldn’t. You have had enough and it’s time for reorganization (and perhaps a […]

Continue reading...

Intro to PowerShell Presentation from SharePoint Saturday Richmond

12/05/2010

0 Comments

SharePoint Saturday Richmond was amazing! It was great to see and get to know everyone! Thanks to those who came! My presentation has been uploaded for viewing. I will update this post soon to include the demo scripts, so stay tuned.   Intro to PowerShell   Don’t forget to check out the new blog over […]

Continue reading...

Create Site Collection in New Content Database Script

11/12/2010

15 Comments

Update: Post now resides at new blog site! http://www.tcscblog.com/2010/12/28/create-site-collection-in-new-content-database-script/ In 2007 you had the stsadm command createsiteinnewdb. However, there is no PowerShell equivalent command in 2010. So, I created a script that performs the same action. It takes in input, creates a new site collection in a new content database, then sets the max site […]

Continue reading...