As you may know, SharePoint 2010 ships with Windows PowerShell. Being an automation geek, passionate by process, services and tools, I began to have a look at the INCREDIBLE possibilities brought by this architectural choice.
To start, I just retrieved the available cmdlets from SharePoint cmdlets:
Now, funnier: have an idea of types and totals of them, just to evaluate the upcoming task of knowing, using and documenting them :
553 cmdlets to know, use, document ….
Btw, you can save the Excel file.
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You could also make PowerShell do all the hard work:
Get-Command -pssnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell | Group-Object Verb | Sort-Object Count -Descending
No Excel required :)