Managing SharePoint Online with PowerShell
Posted by Mikhail Rodionov on December 5, 2017
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Some people still consider PowerShell as something that you need to employ only for scripting and automation scenarios, but, when it comes to Microsoft Technology stack, PowerShell evolved into the preferable way of configuring and managing your systems irrespectively of availability of corresponding graphical user interface (GUI). In fact, PowerShell is your primary tool for day to day administration and even some one-off tasks are no longer an excluded use case for PowerShell.

Today, PowerShell is not only an easier way to do some one-off changes or configuration tasks, sometimes it is the only way you can do them. There are a lot of situations when there is no parity in what you can do in GUI and PowerShell, and if in the early days of PowerShell, you sometimes could have a problem of not being able to do something available in GUI with PowerShell, nowadays we have rather the opposite situation – GUI often miss some basic things which available to you only in PowerShell.

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Create Custom Fields in OMS
Posted by Florent Appointaire on October 11, 2017
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A new functionality appears a few months ago on OMS, with the possibility to create a custom field. It’ll give you the possibility to class simply and quickly your custom search.

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