Half presentation, half demos. Start out introduction to PowerShell, then get into SharePoint integration. Lots of slides, but move quickly through them.
Probably can align with 1 of these 3 categories. Try to cover content for everyone but focusing on the 100 level introductory content.
This is how I’m rating myself, hopefully these satisfy your goals as wellQuote adapted from Jeremiah Peschka, database application developer in Columbus, OH. Not sure if he borrowed from anyone.Will cover what a commandlet is later in presentation
Most stage performers and magicians have an assistant, so I have mine as well
Quick view of what PowerShell looks like. On left is a shot of my customized console screen after profile commands have run. Explain more later, but let’s me know if certain things are in place.
Show that Central Admin is aware when you run new PowerShell backups, go to restore page.
Managing SharePoint 2010 Farms With PowerShell Brian T. Jackett Sogeti USA www.BrianTJackett.com @BrianTJackett Brian.Jackett@us.sogeti.com
–Whatif and –Confirm clauses Appending “-whatif” to commandlet allows seeing potential outcome without executing Ex. Remove-SPWeb –urlhttp://site –whatif Appending “-confirm” prompts user for confirmation before executing Ex. Remove-SPWeb –urlhttp://site –confirm
2 ASUS Netbooks Also Some Books 1 Typemock Isolator License A 2-5 Day Course from SetFocus on SharePoint Telerik RAD Controls Set 1 DeliverPointWFE 2010 license (Worth $1500) 1 BCS Meta Man license (Worth $1200) 1 Lightning Conductor 2010 WFE license (Worth $800) 1 Lightning Storm Forums license. (Worth $600)