MOSS Command line resources

I’ve been doing a lot of MOSS installs lately.  I’ve become quite familar with stsadm.  Here are some other ‘command-line’ resources for MOSS.


PowerShell Pack for SharePoint
http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/psp4sp/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ReleaseId=1363


Gary LaPoint’s stsadm extension (a MUST need)
http://stsadm.blogspot.com/


Codeplex powershell for Sharepoint
http://www.codeplex.com/PSBB

Sharepoint Deploy
http://www.codeplex.com/sharepointpdeploy

SharePoint: Config XML and PSConfig
http://www.alpesh.nakars.com/blog/config-xml-and-psconfig/


 


 


Between these and psconfig, stsadm  There is a lot of command line tools.  I’ve personally not used the Powershell packs, but now I know about them, I’ll be trying them out. 


Happying MOSS,


Steve

2 thoughts on “MOSS Command line resources”

  1. Powershell seems really cool to me. It is a learn once, use many times tool and I’m hoping that more and more applications will be supporting it. At the company I’m working for we’re also developing a Powershell interface for our ECMS software (SenseNet 6.0) – mainly to make administration easier for administrators familiar with this tool.

    Not sure what the difference between the PowerShell Pack and Codepley Powershell could be, I’ll have to check.

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  2. I’m still learning which ones apply. The package from Gary LaPoint is as useful as the internal stsadm commands. I do like the examples shown, which help me get more familar with powershell syntax. I’ve written scripts for years, but learning powershell ‘coding’ / scripting is something I’m not strong yet. I can do small scripts in PS, but the larger ones I’m still learning. Having examples helps! Especially automating MOSS stuff.

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