UK (PRWEB) November 17, 2011
Birmingham: The Windows PowerShell task automation framework is tightly integrated with the Microsoft SharePoint platform, and this vital synergy between technologies offers many great advantages for IT professionals. Creating robust PowerShell scripts is the best option for saving time day to day, so Microsoft SharePoint and PowerShell integration helps administrators and infrastructure specialists achieve common tasks more efficiently, making the most out of SharePoint configuration and management. IT professionals can now crank up Powershell and Sharepoint power with Packt’s: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Windows PowerShell 2.0: Expert Cookbook.
Written by Microsoft SharePoint MVP - Yaroslav Pentsarskyy - Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and Windows PowerShell 2.0: Expert Cookbook translates the most commonly found SharePoint and PowerShell scenarios into a series of immediately usable recipes. These high level tasks focus on unique business examples and distinct areas of SharePoint administration. IT Pros will extend their knowledge of PowerShell automation by following tasks for managing SharePoint list settings, PowerShell configuration of SharePoint FAST Search, creating PowerShell cmdlets and snap-ins and much more.
This is the second in an already successful series of PowerShell-themed books from Packt; in addition to learning about powerful PowerShell commands for SharePoint 2010 with this new book, readers can discover how to import, export, move mailboxes and delete messages from using the command line with the Microsoft Exchange 2010 PowerShell Cookbook, written by MVP author Mike Pfeiffer.
Packt Publishing is a world leader in providing books, eBooks and other educational IT content. Continuing to strive to meet the information needs of IT professionals in the Enterprise space, Packt Enterprise is committed to delivering focused Sharepoint titles, all of which are available through Packt’s own in-house library platform, PacktLib, along with over 650 additional Packt titles. PacktLib offers all Packt’s titles through any web browser connected to the internet. Subscribers can print, copy, paste and bookmark content.
The book is out now and is available from Packt and other leading book retailers.
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