SharePoint 2010 & O365: Windows PowerShell Command Builder

SharePoint 2010 & O365: Windows PowerShell Command Builder

Announced at the SharePoint Conference 2011 is a new online Silverlight tool for IT Pros and Power Users for SharePoint 2010 and Office 365:

"The Windows PowerShell Command Builder for SharePoint 2010 Products and Office 365 is a Silverlight application that enables IT pros and power users to visually assemble commands in the browser and then take those commands to their respective products." [Source]
Notes and Observations:
  • This is a great tool to quickly get a command build, especially for those who are not familiar with PowerShell
  • The tool identifies 'Required' parameters and 'Optional' parameters and makes it easy to customize the values for your environment - this is a great visual way to learn commands
  • Easily copy your customized command to your clipboard, via a 'Copy to Clipboard' button
  • When you build a command, a description of the command and a link to the command documentation on TechNet are made available 
  • At this time the command builder does not include all possible commands, however the most common ones are there
  • The tool does not support complex command creation (i.e. piping). 
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