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Trapping Errors when Automating Metalogix Content Matrix via Powershell

by JamieMcAllister 23. December 2016 04:11
Using Powershell to automate Metalogix Content Matrix and migrate content can be very powerful. One problem though is that the way to trap errors is undocumented. I chip in the necessary information here. [More]

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Different approach to SharePoint Migration using Powershell

by JamieMcAllister 5. June 2015 11:22
When migrating content I need fine grained control over which containers content goes into or retrofit metadata not originally available. I find using Excel and powershell together to be a very powerful and flexible way forward. [More]

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Create Multiple Document Sets with Powershell

by JamieMcAllister 9. April 2014 09:47
A quick example of how to create multiple Document Sets in SharePoint driven by a CSV file for the names and properties. Changing a couple of lines would allow this script to create simple Folders instead (but Document Sets are better!). [More]

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