Assume you are trying to automate changes to one of your SharePoint web application’s web.config file using PowerShell. In order for you to be able to achieve this, you will need to instantiate a new object from the Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration namespace called SPWebConfigModification. This object will take in several properties such as the path to the […]Read More Modify SharePoint web.config using PowerShell
Something that a lot of people don’t realize with PowerShell for SharePoint is that it only provides cmdlets down to the list level. Meaning that you do not have any Powershell cmdlets available out-of-the-box to help you interact with Lists and below (e.g. Items, Fields, etc). In order to interact with these, you need to […]Read More Creating Custom PowerShell Cmdlets for SharePoint
One of my biggest frustration with Office 365 over the past few months, is the fact that we are now prohibited from creating new subsites under the main Internet Public facing site collection that is given to us by SharePoint online. Using SharePoint Online Management Shell only gives us 30 PowerShell cmdlets to use, and […]Read More Use PowerShell to Interact with Office 365
Since the release of its 2013 version, Microsoft InfoPath was perseived has having an uncertain future. For those who don’t know, InfoPath is part of the Office suite and allows users to create both on-premises and web forms. Yesterday, the Microsoft Office team officially announced that they were stopping the development on the InfoPath line of […]Read More InfoPath is dead! Long live InfoPath!