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PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule

SharePoint 2010: RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module is available via NuGet | Ideas For Free - Dec 0, 2011[…] PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule […] Very promising. I'm wondering if the nuget repository could be a file share, like it should be possible within VS… thx for your great job Hello, Yes, it is possible to use file share for nuget repository. However, there is a drawback since you can't query latest package. Nuget will return all packages, which mean additional task for client to filter it.

PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule

SharePoint 2010: RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module is available via NuGet | Ideas For Free - Dec 0, 2011[…] PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule […] Very promising. I'm wondering if the nuget repository could be a file share, like it should be possible within VS… thx for your great job Hello, Yes, it is possible to use file share for nuget repository. However, there is a drawback since you can't query latest package. Nuget will return all packages, which mean additional task for client to filter it.

PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule

You may already know PsGet by Chaliy or PsGet by Anurse for PowerShell module distribution. They have created PowerShell module distribution mechanism with different approach. Chaliy uses PowerShell script approach and customized module directory. Everytime you want to distribute your PowerShell module, you have to fork his github project to update Directory.xml content. Even tough the instruction in https://github.com/chaliy/psget/wiki/How-to-add-your-module-to-the-directory is very clear, however I think there is risk of incorrect Directory.

PowerShell: Introducing Import-PSModule

You may already know PsGet by Chaliy or PsGet by Anurse for PowerShell module distribution. They have created PowerShell module distribution mechanism with different approach. Chaliy uses PowerShell script approach and customized module directory. Everytime you want to distribute your PowerShell module, you have to fork his github project to update Directory.xml content. Even tough the instruction in https://github.com/chaliy/psget/wiki/How-to-add-your-module-to-the-directory is very clear, however I think there is risk of incorrect Directory.

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module | Ideas For … | Mastering Sharepoint - Sep 6, 2011[…] the original post here: SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module | Ideas For … ← SharePoint 2010 Development with Visual Studio 2010 (Microsoft […] […] Few month ago I have introduced RemoteStsAdm, a PowerShell module that enable you to execute StsAdm.exe remotely. StsAdm.exe is a command line administration tools for SharePoint. Unfortunately to run StsAdm, one must log-in to SharePoint server member – since the tool can not be executed remotely.

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module | Ideas For … | Mastering Sharepoint - Sep 6, 2011[…] the original post here: SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module | Ideas For … ← SharePoint 2010 Development with Visual Studio 2010 (Microsoft […] […] Few month ago I have introduced RemoteStsAdm, a PowerShell module that enable you to execute StsAdm.exe remotely. StsAdm.exe is a command line administration tools for SharePoint. Unfortunately to run StsAdm, one must log-in to SharePoint server member – since the tool can not be executed remotely.

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module

English The STSADM.exe is command-line tool for administration of Office SharePoint Server (SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010). It is installed on the same location as SharePoint Products and Technologies location: %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\bin (for SharePoint 2007) or %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\bin (for SharePoint 2010). You must be Farm Administrator to be able to run the tool. By default, the STSADM.exe must be executed locally since it will access SharePoint Object Model.

SharePoint 2010 : RemoteStsAdm PowerShell Module

English The STSADM.exe is command-line tool for administration of Office SharePoint Server (SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010). It is installed on the same location as SharePoint Products and Technologies location: %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\bin (for SharePoint 2007) or %COMMONPROGRAMFILES%\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\bin (for SharePoint 2010). You must be Farm Administrator to be able to run the tool. By default, the STSADM.exe must be executed locally since it will access SharePoint Object Model.

SharePoint 2010: Remote StsAdm using PowerShell

English In large network, issuing a command to remote server from current terminal is sometimes necessary. Some propose client-server mode; for example Remote StsAdm (http://netstsadm.codeplex.com/) and other propose to use PsExec (http://thingsthatshouldbeeasy.blogspot.com/2009/08/run-stsadm-commands-remotely.html). The client-server mode requires installation of 3rd party tools. This kind of installation sometimes (or most of the time) is forbidden by company security policy. Second option using PsExec from SysInternal (now part of Microsoft) doesn't requires installation to SharePoint server and may be the correct approach.

SharePoint 2010: Remote StsAdm using PowerShell

English In large network, issuing a command to remote server from current terminal is sometimes necessary. Some propose client-server mode; for example Remote StsAdm (http://netstsadm.codeplex.com/) and other propose to use PsExec (http://thingsthatshouldbeeasy.blogspot.com/2009/08/run-stsadm-commands-remotely.html). The client-server mode requires installation of 3rd party tools. This kind of installation sometimes (or most of the time) is forbidden by company security policy. Second option using PsExec from SysInternal (now part of Microsoft) doesn't requires installation to SharePoint server and may be the correct approach.