All About PowerShell Versions

​As you guys know, SharePoint 2010 requires PowerShell 2.0 in order to leverage the Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell snap in. For most of us, working with recent versions of Windows Server such as Windows Server 2012 R2 with Update 1, PowerShell version 4.0 is the default version installed which causes conflicts with SharePoint 2010. Now if you wish […]

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Master PowerShell Script to Check Changes in SharePoint

As I explained in multiple blog posts in the past, every second tuesday of the month, whenever Microsoft releases their SharePoint 2013 Cumulative Updates, I go ahead and install them on my dev environments. The first thing I do afterward is run a custom PowerShell script I have developped myself, get information about the various […]

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