SharePoint 2013: PowerShell - Web Applications

SharePoint 2013: PowerShell - Web Applications

Cmdlet Reference

The cmdlets referenced in this section are official resources provided by Microsoft.


PowerShell How To

The following resources are specifically related to the management of SharePoint Web Applications with PowerShell. 
(Please add more SharePoint PowerShell Web Application examples at your discretion)

Content Database - Mount to Web Application


Create a new Web Application


Blocked File Type Extensions - Manage


Browser File Handling (MIME Types) - Manage


User Policy - Add

  • Add-SPWebApplicationUserPolicy - Adds a new user policy to the specified web application.
    Note: This cmdlet is part of Gary Lapointe's Custom SharePoint 2013 cmdlets.


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