Steps To Install Azure PowerShell (Az) On Windows 7

One of the easiest and fastest ways to access and work on azure resource is through PowerShell. To enable Azure access through PowerShell we need to install a module called Az. Please follow below steps to successfully install and access Azure from Windows 7.

 

PowerShell Script To Change The Content Type For An Existing Document In Modern SharePoint Site

PowerShell Script To Change The Content Type For An Existing Document In Modern SharePoint Site

 

PowerShell Script To Create Bulk Sub Sites In Modern Site And Associate Group To That Site

PowerShell Script To Create Bulk Sub Sites In Modern Site And Associate Group To That Site

 
 

PowerShell script to set user email in the access request settings on Modern SharePoint Site

In this article let us see how to change or add the user to access request list

 

How to Delete the Modern Sites Using PowerShell in SharePoint Office 365

A small piece of PowerShell Script to Delete and Cleanup the Modern Site Collections from the SharePoint Online / Office 365

 

How to enable site classification in modern SharePoint site

The site classification option is not enabled by default in modern site and you need to configure it using either CSOM or PowerShell script.

 
 

How to use PnP PowerShell in Windows 7 or Windows 8 machine

If you are not using windows 10 and still you want to use PnP PowerShell then you are at the right place. Follow the below steps and install whatever is necessary to make your PnP PowerShell work in your Windows 7 or 8 system.

 

How to connect to SharePoint Online using PnP PowerShell and SharePoint Online Management Shell

Here we are going to connect SharePoint Online using PnP PowerShell and SharePoint Online Management Shell from your machine. If you have an issue while accessing PnP from your Windows 7 or 8 please refer this article – How to use PnP PowerShell in Windows 7 or Windows 8 machine

 

ExecuteQuery” with “0” argument(s): “The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden–On SharePoint PowerShell CSOM

Solution for ExecuteQuery” with “0” argument(s): “The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden – PowerShell CSOM SharePoint

 
 

How To Get Inventory report Of Web parts added to SharePoint site page In SharePoint 2013

How To Get Inventory report Of Web parts added to SharePoint site page In SharePoint 2013