SharePoint Thinks, Links and Clinks

SharePoint TLC as in Thinks (Thoughts and Findings), Links (to other blogs, msdn, technet, etc) and Clinks (toasts about coolness?)

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  • Blog Post: Tools for upgrade and migration from MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 - PowerShell Import-Module ActiveDirectory and Get-SPFarm (MigrateUser)

    Have you found yourself in a fun position of supporting the migration or upgrade of MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 AND going from one domain to another AND you need to make sure that the users access, history, e-mail, etc are not impacted? To add a little more fun, the domains have no connectivity at all...
  • Blog Post: Shared Points for SharePoint... : SharePoint and PowerShell - practical tips

    More powerful than a one line cmd, faster than a bat file with many comments. A few great practical examples of leveraging PowerShell and SharePoint. Links referenced in the blog post Windows PowerShell Windows PowerShell Blog STSADM extensions TechNet Script center PowerShell pack for SharePoint Shared...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint+PowerShell is (Usually) a Perfect Match - Zach Rosenfield's SharePoint Blog

    Oh my, as I read through Zach’s post, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Not really, but I have been stuck on lyrics lately. The post was very eye opening and one that you need to review if you are using PowerShell and SharePoint. Heck, if you are using PowerShell and any .Net objects that should be Disposed...
  • Blog Post: Limiting Your SharePoint Objects with PowerShell

    Thinks Darrin Bishop has another post on using PowerShell (my not so new techno love flame, will, not Darrin but PowerShell) with SharePoint (my super-duper zealous techno love flame.) As you will find, using PowerShell to return information from the SharePoint Object Model will give you more than want...
  • Blog Post: Updating the “Created By” and “Modified By” Columns in SharePoint lists using POWERSHELL

    Thinks Ever had the good old System Account show up as your author or editor, oops I mean “Created By” and “Modified By” column in SharePoint lists? Come on, you know that you have. OK, if you have and wanted to modify these, it can be done through the good old SharePoint Object...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Magazine – InSide SharePoint and SharePoint Products & Technologies Listing

    Thinks I opened up the real mailbox today and there was the May 2008 TechNet magazine. I look forward to this magazine as I have found some great information and resources in the past. For those that are paper averse or just like to read on the screen, you can see the magazine at the link in Links. I...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Webcasts: Windows PowerShell Scripting

    With Crash and PowerShell in the same title, wow! And FREE by Don Jones. Oh come on, what are you waiting on. You know you want to learn it, or you wouldn’t be reading here. TechNet Webcast: The Windows PowerShell Scripting Crash Course (Level 200) 59 minutes that you can take on you Zune with...
  • Blog Post: Five Fabulous Fantastic Function Filters Powerful PowerShell for SharePoint

    Darrin Bishop has useful and informational post on 5 different PowerShell Functions/Filters for SharePoint. quick, click here - Five Simple But Powerful PowerShell Functions/Filters for SharePoint The image from his site is worth the trip alone and then the filters map to the relationship nicely. These...
  • Blog Post: Poshoholic name already taken (a.k.a. PowerShell addiction)

    I was listening to a .Net Rocks Podcast earlier this week and Kirk Munro of Poshoholic (Totally addicted to PowerShell) was on. I loved the name of his blog and had to share some of the goodies. I have been using PowerGui ( http://www.powergui.org , free download!) as a learning, teaching, experimentation...
  • Blog Post: Debugging Toolbox : [PowerShell Script] —PowerDbg v3.0 - Using PowerShell to Control WinDbg

    I had the great honor and pleasure of working with Roberto on a recent project and I am indebted to him for his time and tutelage with debugging. The following post shows how you can use PowerShell with PowerDbg (a tool that he has engineered and developed) to make you a much more effective debugger...
  • Blog Post: “What’s in your toolbox?"

    Here is an ever growing list of tools that I use on a regular basis as a SharePoint dude. Not complete, however, are we ever? This will in no way be as complete as "THE TOOL LIST" but it is not meant to be. Thanks to Scott Hanselman for making my job easier over the years by providing such...
  • Blog Post: STSADM Command References

    Quick Outline for more detailed items on STSADM, especially with PowerShell goodness TechNet Powerful Command Line Administration for SharePoint http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc162513.aspx Stsadm command-line tool (Office SharePoint Server) http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc261956...
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