Loading Specific Values Using Lambda Expressions and the SharePoint CSOM API with Windows PowerShell

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. In the article, Using the SharePoint CSOM API with SharePoint Online and Windows PowerShell, I explained that when you call the ClientContext object’s Load method that only a subset of properties are typically loaded, usually most of the simple types, and that you’ll need to make another call to the Load method to get additional properties. […]

Using the SharePoint CSOM API with SharePoint Online and Windows PowerShell

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. In the Connecting to SharePoint Online using the SharePoint CSOM API with Windows PowerShell article you learned how to get started using the SharePoint CSOM API to connect to your SharePoint Online Site Collection with Windows PowerShell. That article introduced a utility function named Connect-SPOSite. In this article you’ll learn how to actually work with the […]

Connecting to SharePoint Online using the SharePoint CSOM API with Windows PowerShell

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. As a developer working with earlier versions of SharePoint, specifically SharePoint 2007 and earlier, your options for working with SharePoint from off-server client applications was pretty limited. You had some SOAP-based web services that you could call, which are still available today, but you were somewhat limited with what you could do with those services, and […]

Working with the SharePoint Online Site Collection Cmdlets

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. In the Introduction to the SharePoint Online Management Shell article you learned how to get connected to your SharePoint Online tenant using the SharePoint Online Management Shell and in the Exploring the SharePoint Online Cmdlets article you were introduced to the list of available cmdlets along with some details on the less commonly used cmdlets. In […]

Exploring the SharePoint Online Cmdlets

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. In the article, Introduction to the SharePoint Online Management Shell, you learned about the SharePoint Online Management Shell and you saw how to use it to connect to your SharePoint Online tenant. This article will continue that discussion by further detailing what cmdlets are available along with a few key points about some of the less […]

Introduction to the SharePoint Online Management Shell

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Update 10/25/2017: This article originally appeared on ITUnity.com but as that site has been decommissioned I’ve republished it here. With Office 365 now on SharePoint 2013, we finally have the long-awaited, and long-overdue support for using Windows PowerShell to manage SharePoint Online environments. Though support is still shockingly limited, it is a step in the right direction. For those of us managing large SharePoint Online environments, or about to do so, PowerShell scripting definitely beats […]