I am totally new to SharePoint 2010.Could somebody please send me some link(webcast) for SharePoint PowerShell.
Thanks in advance.
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I'm trying to create a powershell script that will bulk upload pictures to the SharePoint Profile Picture Store located in a "http://sp2010/my/User Photos/Profile Pictures". I found Chris Johnson's blog post ( http://blogs.msdn.com/b/cjohnson/archive/2010/05/08/sharepoint-2010-office-2010-and-profile-pictures.aspx
) extremely useful. However, the SPUtils.ps1 that is referenced on his site doesn't seem to support uploading to the "Profile Pictures" folder within the "User Photos" picture library at "http://sp2010/my/User Photos".
My account has full control of the "User Photos" picture library and the "Profile Pictures" folder, and I can upload to the "User Photos", root directory with no problems. The file fails to upload to the "Profile Pictures"
Currently my Powershell script processes a folder of pictures. First, it pulls the file name and does some manipulations to retrieve the employee number of the employee. Second, it performs an active directory search to get the employee's user
name. Third, it resizes the photo to match the small, medium, and large thumbnails generated by a traditional manual upload of a photo from the user's edit profile page. After each creation of the resized picture it uploads the picture t
I am attempting to do a silent farm installation of SharePoint 2010 via powershell using the SPModule commandlets and am running into the following error when attempting to run the Install-SharePoint command (passing the path to .exe and path to config.xml):
PS C:\Users\administrator.INETTEST2K3N> Install-SharePoint -SetupExePath "c:\install\setup.exe" -ConfigXml "c:\install\files\setupfarmsilent\config.xml"
The variable cannot be validated because the value C:\Users\ADMINI~1.INE\AppData\Local\Temp\2\config_2010_Jul_09_16_41_
28.xml is not a valid value for the ConfigXmlPath variable.
At C:\SPModule\spmodule.setup\Install-SharePoint.ps1:412 char:19
+ $ConfigXmlPath <<<< = Join-Path $env:temp $ConfigXmlName
+ CategoryInfo : MetadataError: (:) , ParentContainsErrorRecordException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : ValidateSetFailure
I have tried this on both 2008 and 2008 R2 (x64) and keep getting this same error.
Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
I can't say, that i'm new in Sharepoint and particularly in Sharepoint 2010, but i've never used for Backup powershell, so i've got a question.
When i perform Backup using powershell i get as a result folder with a lot of .bak files within. To get know what .bak file to use for Restore of
some DB i need to open that XML file, to find by the name needed DB and to restore. The problem is, that when i find needed DB in this XML file i see three .bak files for this DB like these: