It’s time to give my blog a fresh injection of content….
I’ve been working for several months on a lot of PowerShell script work for SharePoint (2010, 2013, and SharePoint Online). I figured it was about time that I put sanitized copies of my scripts up on my blog site for all to read.
I’ve added a new section on my blog, aptly named “Scripts”, which you can access via the top level navigation of this site. From there, I present an ongoing set of links to each script I develop and publish. At this time, the following is a list of the client-side scripts I’ve uploaded…
- Client-BatchCheckin-ps1 – Check in multiple files after a batch upload.
- Client-CompareWebs.ps1 – Compare the content and permissions of two sub-sites.
- Client-ExportADPhotos.ps1 – Export photos from Active Directory.
- Client-ScanHeavyUsers.ps1 – Look for users that are active in site collections.
- Client-ScanInfoPath.ps1 – Look for the presence of InfoPath forms.
- Client-ScanSPDAccess.ps1 – Look for SharePoint Designer users that have customized pages.
- Client-SearchWS.ps1 – Execute a search with the SharePoint Web Service.
- Client-UIVersion.ps1 – Get the UI version of a site.
To access my SharePoint 2013 farm provisioning scripts, see here on GitHub.