Jeff Hicks wraps up his series on XML and PowerShell by walking you through the process of importing complex XML into PowerShell.
In the seventh installment in this series, Jeff demonstrates how to properly import XML data into PowerShell.
In the sixth installment in this series, you will learn how to bring XML files into PowerShell if you used the Export-Clixml cmdlet.
Microsoft can’t be expected to code for every possible scenario within Office 365. That’s why PowerShell is so useful as it lets administrators come up with their own solution. Master the Shell!
The fifth installment of this series demonstrates another technique to assemble an XML document from scratch using the .NET Framework.
In the fourth installment of this series on working with XML in PowerShell, you will learn how to assemble an XML file from a variety of parts.
Shane Young dives into the different PowerShell for SharePoint Online and Office 365 cmdlets available, how to get them installed, and then the tricky part of connecting.
Sometimes, you have to take matters into your own hands to create the exact XML format that you need. Learn how to create custom XML in PowerShell.
Todd Klindt and Shane Young provide a weekly update on SharePoint DSC, Calendar.Help, OneDrive updates, Star Wars, and more. Very random, very fun.
See a demonstration of different ways you can take results from a PowerShell expression or command and turn them into XML.
Todd Klindt and Shane Young discuss PowerShell, SharePoint Online boundaries, using WAN accelerators, and then about a million more Microsoft random notes, including events and Azure training on their SharePoint Podcast.
Ever want to actually understand one of those SharePoint PowerShell scripts you find on the Internet? This article will help you understand and create those crazy scripts.
Shane’s quick update on SharePoint and related news you might have missed and his two cents on how the news applies to you and your work.