Category: PnP PowerShell

Get workflow inventory from SharePoint online using PowerShell CSOM

In this tutorial, we will learn about how we can get workflow inventory from the SharePoint Online tenant using PowerShell CSOM and PnP PowerShell. This script will scan through all the sites in a tenant and will export all workflows associated with the lists into a CSV file. Export all workflows from SharePoint Online Tenant

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Create a modern team site using PnP PowerShell in SharePoint

In this tutorial, we will learn about what is a modern team site in SharePoint, what is a communication site in SharePoint online, what is the difference between team site and communication site in SharePoint Online. Then we will learn about how to create a modern team site in SharePoint Online using PnP PowerShell and

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In 2 steps convert a classic SharePoint page to modern using PnP

Over the many years we as a SharePoint professional, we have been using the SharePoint classic page both in SharePoint on-premise and SharePoint online(classic). But recently in the last couple of years, Microsoft has been focusing to convert the classic SharePoint to modern SharePoint. So in this article, we will learn about how to convert

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Office 365: Retrieve hub sites and associated sites using PnP Powershell

In this article we will learn about how to retrieve hub sites and associated sites using PnP Powershell and Office 365 admin center url or sharepoint admin center url. PnP PowerShell script to get all sites connected to a hub site: Using PnP PowerShell get all associated or connected sites to a particular hub site.

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Office 365: Getting started with SharePoint PnP PowerShell – installation

PnP PowerShell overview The SharePoint Patterns and Practices – short name PnP is a collection library which contains array of PowerShell commands – named as PnP PowerShell which allows us(SharePoint administrator or developer) to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions in SharePoint. The PnP powershell is built on SharePoint CSOM powershell framework – which

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