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- http://get-spscripts.com/
setting multiple site collections to read only in sharepoint using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/07/setting-multiple-site-collections-to.html
- http://lh4.ggpht.com/-ey6mmrr01h4/ubjm3mrx64i/aaaaaaaaawm/t8qo5gbuyza/s1600-h/image%25255b2%25255d.png
this article on msdn http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.spsite_properties
09:05 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/07/setting-multiple-site-collections-to.html
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operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/operations
sites http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/sites
force stop and then start a full crawl on all content sources in a sharepoint 2010 farm using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/05/force-stop-and-then-start-full-crawl-on.html
- http://lh6.ggpht.com/-tjbnr2zxuvi/t8sjxiy57gi/aaaaaaaaav0/o1wjlzewuxa/s1600-h/image%25255b122%25255d.png
09:31 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/05/force-stop-and-then-start-full-crawl-on.html
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start all enabled timer jobs on a sharepoint 2010 farm using powershell and check their status http://get-spscripts.com/2012/05/start-all-enabled-timer-jobs-on.html
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operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/operations
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timer jobs http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/timer%20jobs
sending sharepoint system notification e-mails using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/03/sending-sharepoint-system-notification.html
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this article http://get-spscripts.com/2011/01/running-sharepoint-powershell-script.html
10:11 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/03/sending-sharepoint-system-notification.html
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managing, creating and deleting sharepoint list views with powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/managing-creating-and-deleting.html
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this article http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms468483.aspx
00:07 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/managing-creating-and-deleting.html
29 comments http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/managing-creating-and-deleting.html#comment-form
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columns http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/columns
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lists http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/lists
navigation http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/navigation
sites http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/sites
resetting the sharepoint 2010 search index using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/resetting-sharepoint-2010-search-index.html
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14:12 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/resetting-sharepoint-2010-search-index.html
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operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/operations
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perform an iisreset on multiple servers using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/01/perform-iisreset-on-multiple-servers.html
16:08 http://get-spscripts.com/2012/01/perform-iisreset-on-multiple-servers.html
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bulk operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/bulk%20operations
operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/operations
older posts http://get-spscripts.com/search?updated-max=2012-01-17t16:08:00z&max-results=7
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removing features from a content database in sharepoint 2010 using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2011/06/removing-features-from-content-database.html
setting multiple site collections to read only in sharepoint using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/07/setting-multiple-site-collections-to.html
use powershell to check for illegal characters before uploading multiple files into sharepoint http://get-spscripts.com/2011/11/use-powershell-to-check-for-illegal.html
diagnose missingwebpart and missingassembly issues from the sharepoint health analyzer using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2011/08/diagnose-missingwebpart-and.html
diagnose missingsetupfile issues from the sharepoint health analyzer using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2011/06/diagnosing-missingsetupfile-issues-from.html
running a sharepoint powershell script from task scheduler http://get-spscripts.com/2011/01/running-sharepoint-powershell-script.html
get all column values from a sharepoint item using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2010/09/get-all-column-values-from-sharepoint.html
force stop and then start a full crawl on all content sources in a sharepoint 2010 farm using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2012/05/force-stop-and-then-start-full-crawl-on.html
finding site template names and id’s in sharepoint using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2011/02/finding-site-template-names-and-ids-in.html
check the size of sharepoint 2010 sites using powershell http://get-spscripts.com/2010/08/check-size-of-sharepoint-2010-sites.html
pacsharepoint.com http://pacsharepoint.com/
powershell for sharepoint 2010 technet reference http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee662539.aspx
microsoft technet script repository http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/en-us/site/search?f[0].type=rootcategory&f[0].value=sharepoint&f[0].text=sharepoint&sortby=date
powershell articles for sharepoint 2010 on the hey, scripting guy! blog http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/tags/windows+powershell/sharepoint/
sharepointryan.com http://sharepointryan.com/
sharepoint automation - custom powershell cmdlets http://stsadm.blogspot.com/
effective windows powershell - free ebook http://keithhill.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!5a8d2641e0963a97!6930.entry
mastering powershell - free ebook http://powershell.com/mastering-powershell.pdf
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branding http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/branding
bulk operations http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/bulk%20operations
business data connectivity http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/business%20data%20connectivity
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migration http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/migration
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user profiles http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/user%20profiles
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workflows http://get-spscripts.com/search/label/workflows
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may http://get-spscripts.com/2012/05/
march http://get-spscripts.com/2012/03/
february http://get-spscripts.com/2012/02/
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friday, 27 july 2012 setting multiple site collections to read only in sharepoint using powershell a feature that has been around in sharepoint for a while now is the capability to set site collections and content databases to read only – the former being a property on the site collection in sharepoint and the latter by setting the database directly in sql server. this feature hides and disables all the write-based functions on a site, for example, uploading documents, creating and editing list items, etc. it is commonly used in migration scenarios to prevent users from adding content whilst their sites are being moved to a new platform – once the migration has been completed then their site collections can be set back to read/write again. the easiest, and perhaps most fool-proof way to do this is to set the database as read only in sql server, as this will disable the write function on all site collections in one quick change. however, there may be occasions where you may prefer to set it at the site collection level. typically, this is preferred in scenarios where you wish to enable or disable the read only feature on individual site collections at different times during a migration, perhaps where there is more urgency to control read/write access for specific teams either earlier or later in the migration phase. the script in this article walks through each web application (except central administration), each content database mounted to the web application, and finally each site collection in the content database and sets the readonly property to either true (content cannot be created) or false (content can be created). i have also built in an “excluded paths” feature, that allows you to specify individual site collections or entire web applications from being modified by the script. first, launch the sharepoint management shell (or preferred alternative powershell editor) and type the following line to choose whether to set the readonly property to true or false. in the example, i am going to set site collections to read only mode: # define whether readonly will be set to true or false [bool]$readonly = $true next, build the $excludedpaths variable to specify any site collections or web applications that you wish to exclude from modification by the script. if you would like the script to exclude entire web applications, then you must add a trailing slash to the url – e.g., “http://mysite.domain.lab/”. to exclude site collections only, leave off the trailing slash – e.g., “http://mysite.domain.lab”. this functionality allows you to exclude root site collections from being modified but not the entire web application – for example, you may want to leave the my site host site collection read/write but set all the personal sites in the my site web application to read only. note: each url is in quotes and comma-separated: # set excluded paths as comma-delimited strings # note: web applications must end in a trailing slash, where site collections do not [array]$excludedpaths = "http://applications.domain.lab/", "http://mysite.domain.lab", "http://portal.domain.lab/sites/sitea", “http://portal.domain.lab/search” now the remainder of the script, which will walk through each site collection in the farm, setting the readonly property as explained earlier: # get all web applications (except central admin) get-spwebapplication | foreach-object { if ($excludedpaths -notcontains $_.url) { # enumerate all content databases in each web application if ($_.contentdatabases -ne $null) { $_.contentdatabases | foreach-object { # enumerate all site collections in each content database if ($_.sites -ne $null) { $_.sites | foreach-object { # check if there are sites where the property should not be changed if ($excludedpaths -notcontains $_.url) { write-host "changing readonly property for site" $_.url # set readonly property $_.readonly = $readonly write-host "readonly property for site" $_.url "set to" $_.readonly # dispose site collection object $_.dispose() } else { # confirm if no changes made on excluded sites write-host "no changes made for site" $_.url } } } } } } else { # confirm if no changes made on excluded web applications write-host "no changes made for web application" $_.url } } the script above will display a list of modified site collections in the powershell console as it changes them, and also confirm the web applications and site collections that were excluded from the process. should you lose track of which site collections have been set to read only and which ones haven’t, then you can easily generate a status report in the console by using the following script: # get all web applications (except central admin) get-spwebapplication | foreach-object { # enumerate all content databases in each web application if ($_.contentdatabases -ne $null) { $_.contentdatabases | foreach-object { # enumerate all site collections in each content database if ($_.sites -ne $null) { $_.sites | foreach-object { write-host "readonly property for site" $_.url "set to" $_.readonly # dispose site collection object $_.dispose() } } } } } for additional info, the scripts in this article could be used to get or set other site collection properties, too. for example, the portal site connection property, sharepoint designer permissions, or site collection administrators. see this article on msdn for a full list of properties available for configuration on site collections, including readonly. posted by phil childs at 09:05 45 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bulk operations, databases, migration, my sites, operations, sites tuesday, 29 may 2012 force stop and then start a full crawl on all content sources in a sharepoint 2010 farm using powershell there have been many times where i have needed to run a full crawl of all content sources on a sharepoint 2010 farm, but i quite often there are already crawls taking place, which i prefer to stop before starting a new one. the script below walks through each content source and does the following: checks whether the crawl status is set to “idle” if the content source is currently involved in a crawl activity, stop the activity and wait until the status changes back to idle if the content source is idle, then start a full crawl to use, run the following script in the sharepoint management shell, replacing “search service application” with the name of your search service application: get-spenterprisesearchcrawlcontentsource -searchapplication "search service application" | foreach-object { if ($_.crawlstatus -ne "idle") { write-host "stopping currently running crawl for content source $($_.name)..." $_.stopcrawl() do { start-sleep -seconds 1 } while ($_.crawlstatus -ne "idle") } write-host "starting full crawl for content source $($_.name)..." $_.startfullcrawl() } for info, you can use the following script if you want to display the crawl status of all content sources on your farm: get-spenterprisesearchcrawlcontentsource -searchapplication "search service application" | select name, crawlstatus this will give you an output similar to the following: posted by phil childs at 09:31 45 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bulk operations, operations, search monday, 21 may 2012 start all enabled timer jobs on a sharepoint 2010 farm using powershell and check their status starting a timer job is fairly easy with powershell on sharepoint 2010 using the start-sptimerjob command, but the script below walks through each timer job in the farm, checks that it is enabled for use (there’s not much point in trying to start a disabled timer job!), and then starts it: get-sptimerjob | where { $_.isdisabled -eq $false } | sort $_.name | foreach-object { try { $timerjobname = $_.name if ($_.webapplication -ne $null) { $wamessage = "on web application $($_.webapplication.url)" } else { $wamessage = "on farm" } start-sptimerjob -identity $_ write-host "started timer job $timerjobname $wamessage" } catch { write-host "there was a problem starting timer job $timerjobname:" $_ } } this can be quite useful if you want to run everything in the farm before performing maintenance or as a test to ensure all timer jobs are operating successfully. note that the script will report whether it is starting the timer job at the farm level or for each web application. if you want to look at a report of the current status of each timer job, run the following script: function get-sptimerjobstatus { get-sptimerjob | sort name | foreach-object { $lastrun = $_.historyentries | select-object -first 1 if ($_.webapplication -eq $null) { $level = "farm" } else { $level = $_.webapplication.url } $values = @{ "name" = $_.name "level" = $level "starttime" = $lastrun.starttime "endtime" = $lastrun.endtime "status" = $lastrun.status } new-object psobject -property $values | select @("name","level","starttime","endtime","status") } } get-sptimerjobstatus | out-gridview this will produce a grid view showing each timer job, whether it was run at the farm or web application level, and the last run status, as shown in the example screenshot below: posted by phil childs at 17:26 28 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: operations, reporting, timer jobs tuesday, 20 march 2012 sending sharepoint system notification e-mails using powershell the script in this article demonstrates an example of how you could use powershell to send system notification e-mails to administrators on a scheduled basis. of course, there are a number of ways to do this sort of thing, including sharepoint workflows, microsoft scom, and custom code. i’m not saying powershell is necessarily better than these methods, but i like the flexibility it brings, and as you have full access to the object model, you could send notifications from all sorts of areas – for example, successes and errors from the crawl logs, information from the user profile service application, timer jobs with last run times, list items, site users, etc. the example i have chosen here is to send an html e-mail listing the currently active items from the sharepoint health analyzer. this information is effectively just stored in a sharepoint list on the central administration site, so i will need to access the list, query the active items and send this information using the smtp mail server and reply addresses specified in the farm outbound e-mail settings. first of all we need to get the central administration web application and site objects from the farm. note that we do not need to specify any urls here - the command will automatically find central administration using options provided in the sharepoint 2010 cmdlets: #get central admin web application and web objects $cawebapp = (get-spwebapplication -includecentraladministration) | ? { $_.isadministrationwebapplication -eq $true } $caweb = get-spweb -identity $cawebapp.url next we can specify the user or group e-mail address that will receive the message, followed by the sender’s e-mail address and the name of the smtp server sending the message, which i am taking from the farm outbound e-mail settings stored in the central administration web application. if you want to send the message to more than one user or group, you could set up an array and walk through each item. #set up from, to and server addresses $toaddress = "svc_installsp2010@domain2010.lab" $fromaddress = $cawebapp.outboundmailreplytoaddress $serveraddress = $cawebapp.outboundmailserviceinstance.server.address the following part of the script gets the health analyzer list (internal name “healthreports”) and the default display form url. we need this url later when configuring hyperlinks in the html, so that users can click on a health report directly from the e-mail to show it in the browser. #get health analyzer list on central admin site $healthlist = $caweb.getlist("\lists\healthreports") $displayformurl = $caweb.url + ($healthlist.forms | where { $_.type -eq "page_displayform" }).serverrelativeurl this is probably the trickiest part of the script as it uses a caml query to find all items in the health analyzer, except for those with the severity column set to “4 – success”. in other words, it queries any item that the health analyzer considers to be a problem on the farm. the caml itself is specified in the first line below – i’m not going to go into how to write this stuff as there are quite a number of references available on the internet already. $querystring = "4 - success" $query = new-object microsoft.sharepoint.spquery $query.query = $querystring $items = $healthlist.getitems($query) this next section creates the subject and html body for the e-mail message. if you know html then you will see what is happening, and if you don’t then that’s another subject for you to learn! the key part from a sharepoint perspective is the foreach ($item in $items) routine, as this is where the script walks through each list item found from the query above and injects the column values into the html. note where the $displayformurl variable is used from earlier to set up the url used for the hyperlink. i’m also using the built-in convertto-html powershell cmdlet to format the html. #set up e-mail message subject and html body $msgtitle = "health analyzer results for farm " + $cawebapp.farm.name + " - " + (get-date) #html head $head = "" $head = $head + "$msgtitle" #create html body by walking through each item and adding it to a table $body = "

$msgtitle

" foreach ($item in $items) { $itemurl = $displayformurl + "?id=" + $item.id [array]$itemvalues = @($item["severity"], $item["category"], $item["explanation"], $item["modified"]) $body = $body + "" $body = $body + "" $itemvalues | foreach-object { $body = $body + "" } $body = $body + "" } $body = $body + "
" + $item.title + "$_
" #create message body using the convertto-html powershell cmdlet $msgbody = convertto-html -head $head -body $body finally, the commands below use the system.net.mail .net class to send the e-mail, using the isbodyhtml boolean property to ensure it goes as an html message. #create e-mail message object using system.net.mail class $msg = new-object system.net.mail.mailmessage($fromaddress, $toaddress, $msgtitle, $msgbody) $msg.isbodyhtml = $true #send message $smtpclient = new-object system.net.mail.smtpclient($serveraddress) $smtpclient.send($msg) $caweb.dispose() that’s it! the e-mail will be sent when the script is run and should look similar to the one shown below. as you can see, the items in the e-mail match up to the items shown in the health analyzer screenshot at the beginning of this article. you can use task scheduler in windows if you want to send the e-mail on a scheduled basis. please see this article for more details on how to use task scheduler for running powershell scripts with sharepoint. posted by phil childs at 10:11 27 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: general, lists, operations, reporting sunday, 26 february 2012 managing, creating and deleting sharepoint list views with powershell due to the number of configuration options available, manipulating list views through powershell can be quite involved and i certainly wouldn’t recommend it if you only have a few lists to change. however, when there are a large number of views and lists involved, powershell can significantly reduce the amount of time needed to manage and configure them. manage list views the first stage is looking at the commands to manage available views on a list. for this example, i am going to get the “shared documents” document library from a root site and assign it to a variable called $list: $web = get-spweb http://portal $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) to find the title and url of the current default view, type the following command: $list.defaultview | select title, url if you want to show one of the non-default views then you can call it with the display name, as follows: $list.views["test view"] to change the default view for the list, type the following set of commands for the view you want to configure as the new default: $view = $list.views["test view"] $view.defaultview = $true $view.update() create new list views the easiest way to create a list view using powershell is to create one in the ui first with all the settings you need. you can then use the properties of the view you have created to define the parameters required for the view creation script we use later in this section. for this example, i have created a new view called “sort by modified date”, which is effectively the same as the default “all documents” view but with the items ordered by modified date in descending order. i have also added the “file size” column to the view and specified a limit of 50 items per page. once this is done, type the following set of commands to display the properties of the new view: $web = get-spweb http://portal $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) $newview = $list.views["sort by modified date"] $newview you should now see a long list of property names and associated values for this view, including title, query, rowlimit and viewfields (i.e., columns). you can also take a look at the value of any one of these properties individually by typing $newview.propertyname and hitting enter. for example, to get a full list of viewfields, type $newview.viewfields. when creating the view in powershell, you will need to use some of these properties as mandatory parameters in the script. these mandatory properties are listed below: property name description how it looks in the ui title display name of the view in the ui viewfields the columns you wish to show in the view query the caml query used to sort and filter list items in the view rowlimit the number of items shown per page paged used with the rowlimit to either display the number of items in batches ($true) or limit the number of items shown in total ($false) defaultview the default view for the list being configured ($true or $false) you can now start writing the script to create the view in another list. the example below creates the view with the parameters shown in the ui examples above into the shared documents library on the site http://portal/sites/testsite. the values were simply copied from the property list displayed using the script earlier in this section: #get destination site and list $web = get-spweb "http://portal/sites/testsite" $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) $viewtitle = "sort by modified date" #title property #add the column names from the viewfield property to a string collection $viewfields = new-object system.collections.specialized.stringcollection $viewfields.add("docicon") > $null $viewfields.add("linkfilename") > $null $viewfields.add("modified") > $null $viewfields.add("editor") > $null $viewfields.add("filesizedisplay") > $null #query property $viewquery = "" #rowlimit property $viewrowlimit = 50 #paged property $viewpaged = $true #defaultview property $viewdefaultview = $false #create the view in the destination list $newview = $list.views.add($viewtitle, $viewfields, $viewquery, $viewrowlimit, $viewpaged, $viewdefaultview) write-host ("view '" + $newview.title + "' created in list '" + $list.title + "' on site " + $web.url) $web.dispose() you may have a requirement to add this list view to the “shared documents” library on every site in a site collection. to do this, we need to wrap the add method in a foreach-object condition for every site in a specified site collection. this script will also report an issue if the shared documents library does not exist on one or more sites: #title property $viewtitle = "sort by modified date" #add the column names from the viewfield property to a string collection $viewfields = new-object system.collections.specialized.stringcollection $viewfields.add("docicon") > $null $viewfields.add("linkfilename") > $null $viewfields.add("modified") > $null $viewfields.add("editor") > $null $viewfields.add("filesizedisplay") > $null #query property $viewquery = "" #rowlimit property $viewrowlimit = 50 #paged property $viewpaged = $true #defaultview property $viewdefaultview = $false #get the site collection get-spsite "http://portal/sites/testsite" | get-spweb -limit all | foreach-object { $weburl = $_.url try { #get the shared documents library $list = $_.getlist(($_.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) #create the view in the destination list $newview = $list.views.add($viewtitle, $viewfields, $viewquery, $viewrowlimit, $viewpaged, $viewdefaultview) write-host ("view '" + $newview.title + "' created in list '" + $list.title + "' on site " + $weburl) } catch { write-host ("there was a problem trying to create the view in the site " + $weburl + ": " + $_) } } by the way, if you create a new view with the same title as one that already exists on a list, it will create an extra view in that list with the same title – not overwrite the previous one. modify existing list views the scripts above create list views with a limited set of mandatory properties, but there are probably some extra properties that you will also want to set on views. as mentioned earlier, to help you decide which settings you need to configure on a view using powershell, create a view in the ui first and list its properties and values by running this script: $web = get-spweb http://portal $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) $newview = $list.views["sort by modified date"] $newview for a full description of the properties and methods available for configuring views, please see this article on msdn. once you have decided which properties you wish to set, look up the values of the view you created in the ui and use this script to modify a view’s settings using powershell. in this example, we will be changing the “sort by modified date” view configured on the shared documents library in site http://portal/sites/testsite so that it can be accessed as a mobile view and is set as the default mobile view for the list: #get the site and list $web = get-spweb "http://portal/sites/testsite" $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) #get the list view to be changed $newview = $list.views["sort by modified date"] #set the mobile and default mobile view properties $newview.mobileview = $true $newview.mobiledefaultview = $true #update the view configuration $newview.update() $web.dispose() delete list views finally, here is a script to delete a list view. the obvious thing to mention here is being careful not to delete the default view on a list, or if you want to, ensure that you change the default view to another one first before doing so. the name of the view we are going to delete in this example is “sort by modified date” in the shared documents library on site http://portal/sites/testsite: #get the site and list $web = get-spweb "http://portal/sites/testsite" $list = $web.getlist(($web.serverrelativeurl.trimend("/") + "/shared documents")) #get the list view to be changed $newview = $list.views["sort by modified date"] #delete this view from the list $list.views.delete($newview.id) $web.dispose() posted by phil childs at 00:07 29 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: columns, document management, lists, navigation, sites thursday, 16 february 2012 resetting the sharepoint 2010 search index using powershell the script here resets the sharepoint 2010 search index, which i have posted as there is no out-of-the-box cmdlet for doing this. this effectively does the same thing as the index reset option for the search service application in central administration: note there are two parameters you can specify in the reset method: disable alerts: $true if the search alerts should be disabled during reset; otherwise, $false. selecting $true here is the same as ticking the “deactivate search alerts during reset” checkbox shown in the screenshot above. ignore unreachable server: $true if the failures to connect to servers are ignored; otherwise, $false. in the script example i have added below, both options are set to $false. note that running this script will permanently delete all crawled data in the search service application – you will need to re-crawl your content sources to get it back. #get the search service application #you will need to specify the -identity switch and a name if you have more than one $sa = get-spenterprisesearchserviceapplication #reset index with the following options in brackets: #disable alerts $true/$false #ignore unreachable server $true/$false try { write-host "attempting to reset the index...please wait" $sa.reset($false, $false) write-host "index successfully reset" -foregroundcolor blue } catch { write-host "there was a problem resetting the index:" $_ -foregroundcolor red } posted by phil childs at 14:12 29 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: operations, search tuesday, 17 january 2012 perform an iisreset on multiple servers using powershell this is quite a quick script, but very useful if you need to restart iis on multiple servers in one hit. the only pre-requisite is to ensure you have local administrator permissions on each server to perform the iisreset. #specify servers in an array variable [array]$servers = "server1","server2","server3","server4" #step through each server in the array and perform an iisreset #also show iis service status after the reset has completed foreach ($server in $servers) { write-host "restarting iis on server $server..." iisreset $server /noforce write-host "iis status for server $server" iisreset $server /status } write-host iis has been restarted on all servers to use the script, simply replace the server names with those from your sharepoint farm and run on one of the servers. the script will also output the status of all iis related services from each server using the iisreset /status switch. posted by phil childs at 16:08 66 comments email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bulk operations, operations older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) about me phil childs working as an it professional for avanade uk, consulting, architecting and deploying microsoft sharepoint 2010 and 2007. follow @phillipchilds top 10 posts this month on get-spscripts removing features from a content database in sharepoint 2010 using powershell setting multiple site collections to read only in sharepoint using powershell use powershell to check for illegal 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