Have you bumped into string manipulation issues with PowerShell scripts using PnP PowerShell, and want to call services by their REST APIs with the Invoke-PnPSPRestMethod cmdlet, where need to use a Rest API URL that contains oData clauses?
Hopefully, you have seen my session at the Scottish summit for ‘Azure Automation to the rescue, PnP PowerShell your way to the fun stuff’, whist quite a lengthy title, talks about how you can leverage Azure cloud services to offload
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.
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
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.
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.
Are you testing SharePoint multi-lingual features? And want a quick way to switch languages on a site for a particular user or yourself; this can be useful when testing the modern multi-lingual features
In the March 2020 release of PnP Modernization tooling, in this version, a new feature now allows you to map your taxonomy terms from a source site such as SharePoint 2013 to Modern site in SharePoint Online.