There are more than 300 SharePoint PowerShell cmdlets and its growing and changing from time-to-time. How administrator or developer will be able to remember all of those cmdlets? The answer :
Using HELP (get-help) if you have access to PowerShell console and Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell snap-in ; PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder (http://bit.ly/16masoE).
The PowerShell for SharePoint Command Builder is a powerfull dictionary tools – build using Silverlight that lists all SharePoint’s PowerShell cmdlets. It’s been around before SharePoint 2013 becomes public – contains all SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 CMDLETS description.
Eventually its not too user friendly – but all developer/IT Pro should easily understand what to do with the tools. Basically there are 2 things that you [read more...]
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EnglishI have same experience with Arudell, who wrote SharePoint Installer Troubleshooting here, however with different path of achieving the success.
Among some servers in our farm, we had almost un-fixed issue. The problem is all server have been updated with SharePoint Server 2010 SP1 but the newer servers show version 14.0.6028.1000 and on the older servers show version 14.0.6029.1000. This is really stressing, since I can not re-deploy SP1 to fix the issue. And moreover, adding CU after SP are not helping at all.
Service Pack 1 mismatch
Basically the solution presented by Arudell, is to remove problematic product (version 14.0.6028.100) and manually replace it with correct binaries extracted and manually installed [read more...]