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PowerShell with SharePoint 2013 and Office 365

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* SharePoint Server 2013, Office 365, Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), SharePoint Server 2010 & SharePoint 2007: Review, Architecture Development, Planning, Configuration & Implementations, Upgrades, Global Initiatives, Training, and Post Go-live Support with Extensive Knowledge Transfer | Custom Branding and Responsive Web Design (RWD)
* Health Check & Assessments (Roadmap Preparation to Upgrade to 2013 or 2010) - Including Custom Code & Solution Review
* Enterprise Content Management Systems based on Microsoft SharePoint 2013, Office 365 Hybrid Cloud (Both On-premises and cloud)
* Enterprise Metadata Design, Taxonomy | Retention Schedule Dev | Disposition Workflow, and Records Management | eDiscovery | Microsoft Exchange 2013 Migration \ Integration | Roadmap, Requirements Gathering, Planning, Designing & Performing the Actual Implementation
* Best Practices Consulting on SharePoint 2013, Office 365, SharePoint 2010, 2007 | EPC Group has completed over 900+ initiatives
* Intranet, Knowledge Management, Internet & Extranet-Facing as Well as Mobility (BYOD Roadmap), Cloud, Hybrid, and Cross-Browser | Cross-Platform Solutions for SharePoint 2013 with Proven Past-performance
*Upgrades or Migrations of Existing Deployments or Other LOB Systems (Documentum, LiveLink, FileNet, SAP, etc.)
* Custom Apps, Custom Application Development, Custom Feature, Master Pages, Web Parts, Security Model, Usability (UI) & Workflow Development (Visual Studio 2012, Visual Studio 2013)
* Migration Initiatives to SharePoint 2013 \ Office 365 and those organizations with both on-premises and cloud assets for a SharePoint Hybrid Architecture and Deployment
* Key Performance Indicators, Dashboard & Business Intelligence Reporting Solutions (PerformancePoint 2013, SQL Server 2012 R2, SQL Server 2014, BI, KPIs, PowerPivot, Scorecards, Big Data) and Power BI
* Experts in Global \ Enterprise Infrastructure, Security, Hardware Configuration & Disaster Recovery (Global performance considerations)
* Tailored SharePoint "in the trenches" Training on SharePoint 2013, 2010, 2007 + Office 365
* Support Contracts (Ongoing Support your Organization's 2013, 2010, or 2007 Implementations)
* .NET Development, Custom applications, BizTalk Server experts
* Project Server 2013, 2010, and 2007 Implementations
* SharePoint Roadmap & Governance Development: 6, 12, 18, 24 and 36 months (Steering Committee & Code Review Board Development)

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  • 1. Working with SharePoint Objects
  • 2. Upgrade to SharePoint 2013
  • 3. Content Database Upgrade
  • 4. $database = Get-SPContentDatabase MyContentDb
  • 5. $ExcelService = Get-SPServiceInstance | Where TypeName -like "Excel*" $ExcelService.Provision() Windows 7
  • 6. $spapppack = Import-SPAppPackage -Path .myapp.app -Site http://dev.adventure.com -Source ObjectModel $appinstance = Install-SPApp -Web http://dev.adventure.com -Identity $spapppack
  • 7. $appinstance = Get-SPAppInstance –Web http://dev.adventure.com | Where-Object { $_.Title -eq “AppTitle" } Export-SPAppPackage –App $appinstance.App –Path .myexportedapp.app
  • 8. $appInstance = Get-SPAppInstance -web http://dev.adventure.com | Where-Object { $_.Title -eq “AppTitle" } $appv2 = Import-SPAppPackage -Path .myapp-v2.app -Site http://dev.adventure.com -Source ObjectModel Update-SPAppInstance – Identity $appInstance –App $appv2 #To Uninstall an App Uninstall-SPAppInstance -Identity $app
  • 9. .NET Framework 4.5 Windows Management Framework 3.0 Microsoft Online Services Sign-in Assistant All the latest updates Windows Azure AD Module for Windows PowerShell 32-bit SharePoint Online Management Shell Windows Azure AD Module for Windows PowerShell 64-bit
  • 10. Connect-SPOService –Url https://mytenant-admin.sharepoint.com –Credential admin@mytenant.onmicrosoft.com
  • 11. Get-SPOSite Get-SPOSite -Detailed Get-SPOSite –Identity https://mytenant.sharepoint.com Get-SPOSite –Filter {Url -like “*term*}
  • 12. New-SPOSite -Url https://mytenant.sharepoint.com/sites/mynewsite -Owner user@domain.com -StorageQuota 1000 -Title "My new site collection“ –Template STS#0
  • 13. Remove-SPOSite –Identity http://mytenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -NoWait
  • 14. Restore-SPODeletedSite –Identity http://mytenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -NoWait
  • 15. Test-SPOSite -Identity http://mytenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename Upgrade-SPOSite -Identity http://mytenant.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -V2VUpgrade
  • 16. admin@mytenant.onmicrosoft.com Get-SPOUser -Site https://mytenant.sharepoint.com -LoginName user@domain.com Add-SPOUser -Site https://mytenant.sharepoint.com -LoginName user@domain.com -Group "Team Site Members“