18756 Stone Oak Park Way, Suite200, San Antonio TX 78258 USA
100 Queen St W, Brampton, ON L6X 1A4, Canada
United States
share button
Free Webinar: Database Recovery Models And Its Significance : July 29, 2020. 

55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell Training


What 55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell training is all about?

The one-day course provided by Microtek Learning is for SharePoint admins and auditors needing to query anything in SharePoint. The class can be considered an effective cheat-sheet with all the PowerShell scripts and other general patterns required to create own scripts.

1 SATV applicable


Schedule

Contact us to customize this class with your preferred dates, times and location. You can call us on 1-800-961-0337 or Chat with our representative.

What are the course objectives for 55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell training?
  • Using PowerShell to query in SharePoint.
  • Understanding core object hierarchy and object model of SharePoint as seen via PowerShell.
  • Formatting PowerShell output into reports.
  • Managing resources to limit the effect on production servers.
  • Creating and deleting Subsites, Site Collections, libraries, lists, and content.
Who should attend 55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell training?

This course is meant for SharePoint server admins and auditors looking to upgrade their skills. SharePoint developers wanting to learn something useful and make a transition into Auditing and Administration can take the course as well.

What is the course outline for 55095: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 Auditing and Site Content Administration using PowerShell training?
  • 1. SharePoint and PowerShell
  • a). History of PowerShell in SharePoint
  • b). PowerShell vs. Search
  • c). PowerShell, SharePoint Management Shell and cmdlets
  • d). Security and Permissions Needed
  • e). Getting Started with PowerShell: Counting Items, Custom Columns, Reformatting Numbers, Saving Results to a File
  • f). Changing and Updating Content: Creating SharePoint Objects, Changing Objects
  • g). Lab: SharePoint and PowerShell
  • 2. Working with SharePoint CMDLETs and Objects
  • a). GUIDs
  • b). Sites vs. Webs
  • c). The SharePoint Object Hierarchy
  • d). Lab: Working with SharePoint CMDLETs and Objects
  • 3. Managing Memory and Limiting Performance Impact
  • a). Memory Management and Disposing Objects
  • b). Limiting Impact on Production Servers
  • c). Lab: Managing Memory and Limiting Performance Impact
  • 4. Working with Content
  • a). Getting Farm Information: version, services, services, features
  • b). Getting Web Application information
  • c). Exploring Site Collections: retrieve Site Collections, Site Collection Administrators, quotas
  • d). Working with the Recycle Bins: finding items, getting file counts and bytes, deleted sites
  • e). Exploring Webs: web templates, finding webs, finding webs based on template, Quick Launch and Top Link Bar navigation
  • f). Exploring Lists and Libraries: finding all lists, lists by type, lists by Content Type, columns/fields, document count by web or library
  • g). Exploring Content Types
  • h). Finding documents: by a word in the title, file type, content type, size, date age, checked out status, approval status and many more…
  • i). Deleting content
  • j). Downloading and uploading files
  • k). Lab: Working with Content
  • 5. Users and Security
  • a). Users: find a user, get a list of all users, working with Active Directory groups
  • b). SharePoint groups: Get lists of groups, get the members of a group, find all groups a user belongs to, find the groups associated with a web
  • c). Expanding users lists that include Active Directory groups
  • d). Documenting Broken Inheritance / Unique Permissions: webs, lists, libraries, folders, items
  • e). Working with Role Assignments
  • f). Lab: Users and Security
  • 6. Managing Sites
  • a). Finding Inactive Webs
  • b). Creating and Deleting Site Collections
  • c). Getting Site Collection Data
  • d). Creating and Deleting Subsites
  • e). Working With SharePoint Designer Settings
  • f). Lab: Managing Sites