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How to see the documentation for Classic PnP PowerShell

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So, are you looking for the documentation site for the classic SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline module on docs.microsoft.com? You may have noticed that it has now been updated with the new and shiny documentation for the modern PnP.PowerShell module with details on all the new cmdlets available to you.

Quick Tip: Search for video and New Stream Recordings

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In the upcoming change for New Stream, meeting recordings are now stored in OneDrive and SharePoint, I started to wonder if people would have issues finding videos as new content is added - this post will go through how to…

Calling the Microsoft Graph with PnP PowerShell

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In researching options for an upcoming project, I had a scenario in which I needed to use PnP PowerShell to connect to SharePoint using Azure AD App-Only with a certificate as well and make additional calls to the Microsoft Graph to determine if an Office 365 group is a Team

The many ways to set UK Locale in SharePoint

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So you have a UK tenant and want to default from US Locale; unfortunately, there isn’t a default option. There is the default time zone, under Site Creation in Modern administration centre, but this does not include Locale.

Running the Cross-Platform PnP PowerShell on a Raspberry Pi

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On Friday 9th Oct 2020, Erwin van Hunen, the ‘father’ on PnP PowerShell announced on Twitter the release of the next major version of PnP PowerShell with cross-platform support, running on PowerShell Core. So naturally, like a kid with a new toy, wanted to see if I can get this working on a Raspberry Pi 4.

The power of PnP Core SDK running on a Raspberry Pi

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As part of an experiment, I looked at running the new PnP Core SDK preview 3 on my Raspberry Pi 4, and it worked like a charm! So I will take you through an overview of running the latest SDK on these cool devices.

First look at SharePoint Spaces using 3D printer files

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SharePoint Spaces is a new 3D experience that allows you to create pages with 2D and 3D (Yes, 3D) web parts to explore content in a new and exciting way. This innovation was announced at the SharePoint Virtual Summit back in May 2018, that would incorporate mixed reality experiences, leaping forward in presenting, interacting and consuming 3D content within SharePoint.