Improvement in File Transfer in SharePoint 2016

SharePoint Version Mechanism Description
SharePoint 2010 Cobalt protocol Server has to fetch the whole document from the database and merge the existing content with the user changes before saving the whole document back to the content database.
SharePoint 2013 Shredded Storage This allows documents to be stored in small pieces in the content database. Because documents are already “shredded” in the database, the server does not have to fetch the whole document to merge the original contents with the changes, which reduces the server processing overhead.
SharePoint 2016 Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) Improves upload and download speeds and resiliency.

 

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Storage Locations for files gathered by the Crawl Component sharepoint 2013

When gathering files from a content source, the SharePoint 2013 Crawl Component can be very I/O intensive process – locally writing all of the files it gathers from content repositories to its to temporary file paths and having them read by the Content Processing Component during document parsing. This post can help you understand where the Crawl Components write temporary files, which can help in planning and performance troubleshooting (e.g. Why does disk performance of my C:\ drive get so bad – or worse, fill up – when I start a large crawl?)

By default, all Search data files will be written within the Installation Path

  • The Data Directory (by default, a sub-directory of the Installation Path) specifies the path for all Search data files including those used by I/O intensive components (Crawl, Analytics, and Index Components)
    • The Data Directory can only be configured at the time of Installation (e.g. it can only be changed if uninstalling/re-installing SharePoint on the given server)
      • From the Installation Wizard, choose the “File Location” tab as seen below
      • IMPORTANT: Before uninstalling SharePoint, first modify your Search topology by removing any Search components from the applicable server. Once SharePoint is re-installed, you can once again deploy the components back to this server.
    • The defined path can be viewed in the registry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\15.0\Search\Setup\DataDirectory

    • Advanced Note: The Index files (by default, written to the Data Directory) path can be configured separately when provisioning an Index Component via PowerShell using the “RootDirectory” parameter

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(As a side note: the graphic is only intended to display the default locations specified at install time. It is recommended to change these to a file path other than C:\ drive)

For the Crawl Component:

  • When crawling [gathering] an item, the filter daemon (mssdmn.exe – a child process of the Crawl Component that actually interfaces with an end content repository using a Search Connector/Protocol Handler) will download any applicable file blobs to the SSA’s “TempPath” (e.g. an HTML file, a Word document, a PowerPoint presentation, etc)
    • In the graphic below, this is step 2a
    • The defined path can be viewed either:
      • In the registry (of a Crawl server)

        HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\15.0\Search\Global\Gathering Manager\TempPath

      • Or as a property of the SSA:

        $SSA = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication

        $SSA.TempPath

  • When the filter daemon completes the gathering of an item, it is returned to the Gathering Manager (mssearch.exe – responsible for orchestrating a crawl of a given item) and the applicable blob is moved to the “GathererDataPath“, which is a path relative to the DataDirectory mentioned above.
    • In the graphic below, this occurs in step 2b
    • The defined path can be viewed in the registry (of a Crawl server):

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\15.0\Search\Components\-GUID-of-theSSA-crawl-0\GathererDataPath

  • The GathererDataPath is mapped as a network share (used by the Content Processing Components)
    • The shared path can be viewed in the registry (of a Crawl server):

      HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office Server\15.0\Search\Components\-GUID-of-theSSA-crawl-0\GathererDataShare

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Usage by the Content Processing Components:

  • When the item is fed from the Crawler to the Content Processing Component (step 3 above), the item is only logically submitted to the CPC in a serialized payload of properties that represent that particular item – any related blob would remain on the Crawler and retrieved by a later stage in the processing flow
    • For SharePoint list items, there would typically not be a blob (unless the list item had an attachment)
    • For a document in a SharePoint library, the blob would represent the item’s associated file (such as a Word document)
  • During the Document Parsing stage in the processing flow (e.g. during step 4 above), the item’s blob will be retrieved from the Crawl Component via the GathererDataShare
  • When the Crawl Component receives a callback (success or failure) from the CPC (e.g. in step 6b above after an item has been processed), the temporary blob is then deleted from the GathererDataPath

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An example path to an item with DocID 933112 would look like the following:

file://crawlSrv/gthrsvc_7ecdbb10-3c86-4298-ab09-04f61aaeb636-crawl-0//f8/0xe3cf8_1.aspx   

#0xe3cf8 hex = 933112 decimal

Where:

  • crawlerSrv is a server running a crawl component
  • gthrsvc_-GUID-of-theSearchAdminWebServiceApp--crawl-0 is the name of the crawl component
    • This GUID can be identified using the following PowerShell:

      $SSA = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication

      $searchAdminWeb = Get-SPServiceApplication –Name $SSA.id

      $searchAdminWeb.id

      7ecdbb10-3c86-4298-ab09-04f61aaeb636

  • And the file name is actually re-named to the hex value of the docID
    • For example: 0xe3cf8 hex = 933112 decimal
    • Which we can see in ULS, such as:
      • From the Crawl Component (in this case, running on server “faceman”):

        mssearch.exe     SharePoint Server Search Crawler:Content Plugin      af7zf VerboseEx

        CTSDocument: FeedingDocument: properties : strDocID = ssic://933112 key = path values =\\FACEMAN\gthrsvc_7ecdbb10-3c86-4298-ab09-04f61aaeb636-crawl-0\\f8\0xe3cf8.aspx 

      • From the Content Processing Component:

        NodeRunnerContent2-834ebb1f-009    Search    Document Parsing      ai3ef VerboseEx

        AttachDocParser – Parsing: ‘file://faceman/gthrsvc_7ecdbb10-3c86-4298-ab09-04f61aaeb636-crawl-0//f8/0xe3cf8.aspx’

SharePoint Health Analyzer rules reference SharePoint 2013

Crawl error Processing this item failed because of an unknown error when trying to parse its contents sharepoint

During various search troubleshooting i came across the following crawling error in the Crawl log of a SharePoint 2013 environment.

Processing this item failed because of an unknown error when trying to parse its contents. (Error parsing document ‘http://********.*****.com/Project/abcd/Q_M/ABX/SitePages/Homepage.aspx’. Sandbox worker pool is
closed.; ; SearchID = *******************)

In order to fix this you can try to perform the following action plan:
Open “Local Policies
Click on “User rights assignment

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Make sure that the search service account has the following rights:
Replace a process level token

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Adjust memory quotas for a process

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Impersonate a client after authentication

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Please make sure that the policies don’t get changed afterwards.

After implementing the above changes please run a clear configuration cache
After clearing the cache, start a full crawl and the errors should be gone.

Start SharePoint Service Application Proxy using Powershell

If your Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy is in a stopped state here is a quick bit of PowerShell to to get it started:

$sap = Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy | where-object {$_.TypeName -eq “Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy”}
$sap.Provision()

The above can easily be adapted to allow you to start any Service Application Proxy

Slow SharePoint improve performance without upgrading hardware

what you can do if your SharePoint is sometimes very slow.

E.g.: on the first start of a Site
Sometimes during the day a search query will take about a minute until you get results…..

Just look on that article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2625048

it will improve “feeled” performance (site response times) massive, if you’re going to implement both solutions.

Disabling CRL Check is just necessary if the SP Server does not have internet connectivity, that means proxy settings must be configured for the server itself

http://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/library/bb430772(v=exchg.141).aspx, and your proxy must allow traffic from the server of course.

SharePoint shortcut URL and hidden list

Users and Permissions:
People and Groups: _layouts/people.aspx
Site Collection Admins: _layouts/mngsiteadmin.aspx
Advanced Permissions: _layouts/user.aspx
Master Pages: _Layouts/ChangeSiteMasterPage.aspx
Look and Feel:
Quick Launch settings page: /_layouts/quiklnch.aspx
Title, Desc, and Icon: _layouts/prjsetng.aspx
Navigation: _layouts/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx
Page Layout and Ste Templates: _Layouts/AreaTemplateSettings.aspx
Welcome Page: _Layouts/AreaWelcomePage.aspx
Tree View: _layouts/navoptions.aspx
Top Nav Bar: _layouts/topnav.aspx
Site Theme: _layouts/themeweb.aspx
Reset to Site Definition: _layouts/reghost.aspx
Searchable Columns: _Layouts/NoCrawlSettings.aspx
Site Content Types: _layouts/mngctype.aspx
Galleries
Site Columns: _layouts/mngfield.aspx
Site Templates: _catalogs/wt/Forms/Common.aspx
List Templates: _catalogs/lt/Forms/AllItems.aspx
Filter toolbar for Lists and libraries: ?Filter=1
Web Parts: _catalogs/wp/Forms/AllItems.aspx
Workflows: _layouts/wrkmng.aspx
Workflow history hidden list: /lists/Workflow History
Master Pages and Page Layouts: _catalogs/masterpage/Forms/AllItems.aspx
Regoinal Settings: _layouts/regionalsetng.aspx
Site Administration
Recreate default site sp groups: _layouts/15/permsetup.aspx
recycle bin: _layouts/RecycleBin.aspx
Site Libraries and Lists: _layouts/mcontent.aspx
Site Usage Report: _layouts/usageDetails.aspx
User Alerts: _layouts/sitesubs.aspx
RSS: _layouts/siterss.aspx
Search Visibility: _layouts/srchvis.aspx
Sites and Workspaces: _layouts/mngsubwebs.aspx
Site Features: _layouts/ManageFeatures.aspx
Delete This Site: _layouts/deleteweb.aspx
Site Output Cache: _Layouts/areacachesettings.aspx
Content and Structure: _Layouts/sitemanager.aspx
Content and Structure Logs: _Layouts/SiteManager.aspx?lro=all
Search Settings: _layouts/enhancedSearch.aspx
Site Collection Administration
Search Scopes: _layouts/viewscopes.aspx?mode=site
Search Keywords: _layouts/listkeywords.aspx
Recycle Bin: _layouts/AdminRecycleBin.aspx
Site Collection Features: _layouts/ManageFeatures.aspx?Scope=Site
Site Hierachy: _layouts/vsubwebs.aspx
Site hierarchy page (lists of sub sites): /_layouts/1033/vsubwebs.aspx
Portal Site Connection: _layouts/portal.aspx
Site Collection Audit Settings: _layouts/AuditSettings.aspx
Site Collection Policies: _layouts/Policylist.aspx
Site Collection Cache Profiles: Cache%20Profiles/AllItems.aspx
Site Collection Output Cache: _Layouts/sitecachesettings.aspx
Site Collection Object Cache: _Layouts/objectcachesettings.aspx
Variations: _Layouts/VariationSettings.aspx
Variation Labels: _Layouts/VariationLabels.aspx
Translatable Columns: _Layouts/TranslatableSettings.aspx
Variation Logs: _Layouts/VariationLogs.aspx
Site Settings: _layouts/settings.aspx
Delete user from Site collection (on-premises): /_layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0

Load document tab initial
?InitialTabId=Ribbon.Document

Delete user from Site collection (on-premises):
/_layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0

Display list in grid view. ‘True’ is case sensitive:
?ShowInGrid=True

Sandboxed Solution Gallery:
/_catalogs/solutions/Forms/AllItems.aspx

Filter toolbar for Lists and libraries:
?Filter=1

Site usage page:
/_layouts/usage.aspx

View all site content page (Site content):
/_layouts/viewlsts.aspx

Get the version of the SharePoint server (Patch level):
/_vti_pvt/Service.cnf

Web Part Maintenance Page:
?Contents=1

Show Page in Dialog View:
?isdlg=1

Application page for registering SharePoint apps
/_layouts/15/appregnew.aspx

Save Site as a template
/_layouts/savetmpl.aspx

Sign in as a different user
/_layouts/closeConnection.aspx?loginasanotheruser=true

Enable SharePoint designer
/_layouts/SharePointDesignerSettings.aspx

Quick Deploy List
Quick%20Deploy%20Items/AllItems.aspx

Open Page in Edit Mode
?ToolPaneView=2

Taxonomy Hidden List (MMS)
Lists/TaxonomyHiddenList/AllItems.aspx

User Information List:
_catalogs/users
_catalogs/users/simple.aspx

Force displaying the user profile in the site collection:
/_layouts/userdisp.aspx?id={UserID}&Force=True

Site hierarchy page (lists of sub sites)
/_layouts/vsubwebs.aspx
/_layouts/1033/vsubwebs.aspx

Add Web Parts Pane: ?ToolPaneView=2 : Add to the end of the page URL; will only work if the page is already checked out
Create: [area]/_layouts/spscreate.aspx
Create: /_layouts/create.aspx

Create list in a different portal area :

/_layouts/new.aspx?NewPageFilename=YourTemplateName.stp&ListTemplate=100&
ListBaseType=0

When you save a template in a portal area and try to create a new list in a different portal area, the template will not show on the Create page. Use this URL to force it to show.

Documents and Lists: /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx

List Template Gallery: /_catalogs/lt

Manage Audiences: /_layouts/Audience_Main.aspx

Manage Cross Site Groups: /_layouts/mygrps.aspx

Manage List Template Gallery: /_catalogs/lt/Forms/AllItems.aspx

Manage My Alerts: /_layouts/MySubs.aspx

Manage People: /_layouts/people.aspx

Manage Site Collection Administrators: /_layouts/mngsiteadmin.aspx

Manage Site Collection Users:
/_layouts/siteusrs.aspx : To access you must be an admin on the server or a site collection admin for the site.

Manage Site Groups: /_layouts/role.aspx

Manage Site Template Gallery: /_catalogs/wt/Forms/AllItems.aspx

Manage Site Template Gallery: /_catalogs/wt/Forms/Common.aspx

Manage Sites and Workspaces: /_layouts/mngsubwebs.aspx

Manage User Alerts: /_layouts/AlertsAdmin.aspx

Manage User Alerts: /_layouts/SiteSubs.aspx

Manage User Permissions: /_layouts/user.aspx

Manage Web Part Gallery: /_catalogs/wp/Forms/AllItems.aspx

Master Page Gallery: /_catalogs/masterpage : Also includes Page Layouts

Modify Navigation: /_layouts/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx

Recycle Bin: /_layouts/AdminRecycleBin.aspx

Save as site template: /_layouts/savetmpl.aspx

Site Column Gallery: /_layouts/mngfield.aspx

Site Content and Structure Manager: /_layouts/sitemanager.aspx

Site Content Types: /_layouts/mngctype.aspx

Site Settings: /_layouts/settings.aspx

Site Settings: /_layouts/default.aspx

Site Template Gallery: /_catalogs/wt

Site Theme: /_layouts/themeweb.aspx

Site usage details: /_layouts/UsageDetails.aspx

Site Usage Summary: /_layouts/SpUsageWeb.aspx

Site Usage Summary: /_layouts/Usage.aspx

Sites Registry: /SiteDirectory/Lists/Sites/Summary.aspx

Top-level Site Administration: /_layouts/webadmin.aspx

User Information: /_layouts/userinfo.aspx

Web Part Gallery: /_catalogs/wp

Web Part Page Maintenance: ?contents=1 : Add to the end of the page URL

Networking Utilities tools helpful for sharepoint

Active Directory Explorer:

Active Directory Explorer (AD Explorer) is an advanced Active Directory (AD) viewer and editor. We can use AD Explorer to easily navigate an AD database, define favorite locations, view object properties and attributes without having to open dialog boxes, edit permissions, view an object’s schema, and execute sophisticated searches that you can save and re-execute.

AD Explorer also includes the ability to save snapshots of an AD database for off-line viewing and comparisons. When we load a saved snapshot, we can navigate and explore it as we would a live database. If we have two snapshots of an AD database we can use AD Explorer’s comparison functionality to see what objects, attributes and security permissions changed between them.

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Insight for Active Directory:

ADInsight is an LDAP (Light-weight Directory Access Protocol) real-time monitoring tool aimed at troubleshooting Active Directory client applications. Use its detailed tracing of Active Directory client-server communications to solve Windows authentication, Exchange, DNS, and other problems.

ADInsight uses DLL injection techniques to intercept calls that applications make in the Wldap32.dll library, which is the standard library underlying Active Directory APIs such ldap and ADSI.

Unlike network monitoring tools, ADInsight intercepts and interprets all client-side APIs, including those that do not result in transmission to a server.

ADInsight monitors any process into which it can load it’s tracing DLL, which means that it does not require administrative permissions, however, if run with administrative rights, it will also monitor system processes, including windows services.

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AdRestore v1.1:

Windows Server 2003 introduces the ability to restore deleted (“tombstoned”) objects. This simple command-line utility enumerates the deleted objects in a domain and gives you the option of restoring each one. Source code is based on sample code in the Microsoft Platform SDK. This MS KB article describes the use of AdRestore:

840001: How to restore deleted user accounts and their group memberships in Active Directory

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PipeList v1.02:

Did you know that the device driver that implements named pipes is actually a file system driver” In fact, the driver’s name is NPFS.SYS, for “Named Pipe File System”. What you might also find surprising is that its possible to obtain a directory listing of the named pipes defined on a system. This fact is not documented, nor is it possible to do this using the Win32 API. Directly using NtQueryDirectoryFile, the native function that the Win32 FindFile APIs rely on, makes it possible to list the pipes. The directory listing NPFS returns also indicates the maximum number of pipe instances set for each pipe and the number of active instances.

downloadPsFile v1.02:

Introduction

The “net file” command shows you a list of the files that other computers have opened on the system upon which you execute the command, however it truncates long path names and doesn’t let you see that information for remote systems.

PsFile is a command-line utility that shows a list of files on a system that are opened remotely, and it also allows you to close opened files either by name or by a file identifier.

Installation

Just copy PsFile onto your executable path, and type “psfile”.

Using PsFile

The default behavior of PsFile is to list the files on the local system that are open by remote systems. Typing a command followed by “- ” displays information on the syntax for the

command.

Usage: psfile [\RemoteComputer [-u Username [-p Password]]] [[Id | path] [-c]]

-u Specifies optional user name for login to remote computer.
-p Specifies password for user name. If this is omitted, you will be prompted to enter the password without it being echoed to the screen.
Id Identifier (as assigned by PsFile) of the file for which to display information or to close.
Path Full or partial path of files to match for information display or close.
-c Closes the files identifed by ID or path.

How it Works

PsFile uses the NET API, which is documented in the Platform SDK.download

PsPing v2.01:

Introduction

PsPing implements Ping functionality, TCP ping, latency and bandwidth measurement. Use the following command-line options to show the usage for each test type:

Installation
Copy PsPing onto your executable path. Typing “psping” displays its usage syntax.

Using PsPing
PsPing implements Ping functionality, TCP ping, latency and bandwidth measurement. Use the following command-line options to show the usage for each test type:

Usage: psping -? [i|t|l|b]

-? I Usage for ICMP ping.
-? T Usage for TCP ping.
-? L Usage for latency test.
-? B Usage for bandwidth test.

ICMP ping usage: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-h [buckets | ,,…]] [-i ] [-l [k|m] [-q] [-t|-n ] [-w ]

-h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
If you specify a single argument, it’s interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. “0.01,0.05,1,5,10”).
-i Interval in seconds. Specify 0 for fast ping.
-l Request size. Append ‘k’ for kilobytes and ‘m’ for megabytes.
-n Number of pings or append ‘s’ to specify seconds e.g. ’10s’.
-q Don’t output during pings.
-t Ping until stopped with Ctrl+C and type Ctrl+Break for statistics.
-w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 1).
-4 Force using IPv4.
-6 Force using IPv6.
For high-speed ping tests use -q and -i 0.

TCP ping usage: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-h [buckets | ,,…]] [-i ] [-l [k|m] [-q] [-t|-n ] [-w ]

-h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
If you specify a single argument, it’s interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. “0.01,0.05,1,5,10”).
-i Interval in seconds. Specify 0 for fast ping.
-l Request size. Append ‘k’ for kilobytes and ‘m’ for megabytes.
-n Number of pings or append ‘s’ to specify seconds e.g. ’10s’.
-q Don’t output during pings.
-t Ping until stopped with Ctrl+C and type Ctrl+Break for statistics.
-w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 1).
-4 Force using IPv4.
-6 Force using IPv6.
For high-speed ping tests use -q and -i 0.

TCP and UDP latency usage:

server: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f]
client: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] [-u] [-h [buckets | ,,…]] [-r] [k|m]] [-w ]

-f Open source firewall port during the run.
-u UDP (default is TCP).
-h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
If you specify a single argument, it’s interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. “0.01,0.05,1,5,10”).
-l Request size. Append ‘k’ for kilobytes and ‘m’ for megabytes.
-n Number of sends/receives. Append ‘s’ to specify seconds e.g. ’10s’
-r Receive from the server instead of sending.
-w Warmup with the specified number of iterations (default is 5).
-4 Force using IPv4.
-6 Force using IPv6.
-s Server listening address and port.

The server can serve both latency and bandwidth tests and remains active until you terminate it with Control-C.

TCP and UDP bandwidth usage:

server: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f]
client: psping [[-6]|[-4]] [-f] [-u] [-h [buckets | ,,…]] [-r] [k|m]] [-i ] [-w ]

-f Open source firewall port during the run.
-u UDP (default is TCP).
-b Bandwidth test.
-h Print histogram (default bucket count is 20).
If you specify a single argument, it’s interpreted as a bucket count and the histogram will contain that number of buckets covering the entire time range of values. Specify a comma-separated list of times to create a custom histogram (e.g. “0.01,0.05,1,5,10”).
-i Number of outstanding I/Os (default is min of 16 and 2x CPU cores).
-l Request size. Append ‘k’ for kilobytes and ‘m’ for megabytes.
-n Number of sends/receives. Append ‘s’ to specify seconds e.g. ’10s’
-r Receive from the server instead of sending.
-w Warmup for the specified iterations (default is 2x CPU cores).
-4 Force using IPv4.
-6 Force using IPv6.
-s Server listening address and port.

The server can serve both latency and bandwidth tests and remains active until you terminate it with Control-C.

Examples
This command executes an ICMP ping test for 10 iterations with 3 warmup iterations:

psping -n 10 -w 3 marklap

To execute a TCP connect test, specify the port number. The following command executes connect attempts against the target as quickly as possible, only printing a summary when finished with the 100 iterations and 1 warmup iteration:

psping -n 100 -i 0 -q marklap:80

To configure a server for latency and bandwidth tests, simply specify the -s option and the source address and port the server will bind to:

psping -s 192.168.2.2:5000

A buffer size is required to perform a TCP latency test. This example measures the round trip latency of sending an 8KB packet to the target server, printing a histogram with 100 buckets when completed:

psping -l 8k -n 10000 -h 100 192.168.2.2:5000

This command tests bandwidth to a PsPing server listening at the target IP address for 10 seconds and produces a histogram with 100 buckets. Note that the test must run for at least one second after warmup for a histogram to generate. Simply add -u to have PsPing perform a UDP bandwidth test.

psping -b -l 8k -n 10000 -h 100 192.168.2.2:5000

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PsTools:

Introduction

The Windows NT and Windows 2000 Resource Kits come with a number of command-line tools that help you administer your Windows NT/2K systems. Over time.

The first tool in the suite was PsList, a tool that lets you view detailed information about processes, and the suite is continually growing.

The “Ps” prefix in PsList relates to the fact that the standard UNIX process listing command-line tool is named “ps”, so adopted this prefix for all the tools in order to tie them together into a suite of tools named PsTools.

Note: some anti-virus scanners report that one or more of the tools are infected with a “remote admin” virus. None of the PsTools contain viruses, but they have been used by viruses, which is why they trigger virus notifications.

The tools included in the PsTools suite, which are downloadable as a package, are:

PsExec – execute processes remotely
PsFile – shows files opened remotely
PsGetSid – display the SID of a computer or a user
PsInfo – list information about a system
PsPing – measure network performance
PsKill – kill processes by name or process ID
PsList – list detailed information about processes
PsLoggedOn – see who’s logged on locally and via resource sharing (full source is included)
PsLogList – dump event log records
PsPasswd – changes account passwords
PsService – view and control services
PsShutdown – shuts down and optionally reboots a computer
PsSuspend – suspends processes
PsUptime – shows you how long a system has been running since its last reboot (PsUptime’s functionality has been incorporated into PsInfo)
The PsTools download package includes an HTML help file with complete usage information for all the tools.

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ShareEnum v1.6

Introduction

An aspect of Windows NT/2000/XP network security that’s often overlooked is file shares. A common security flaw occurs when users define file shares with lax security, allowing unauthorized users to see sensitive files.

There are no built-in tools to list shares viewable on a network and their security settings, but ShareEnum fills the void and allows you to lock down file shares in your network.

When you run ShareEnum it uses NetBIOS enumeration to scan all the computers within the domains accessible to it, showing file and print shares and their security settings. Because only a domain administrator has the ability to view all network resources, ShareEnum is most effective when you run it from a domain administrator account.

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How It Works

ShareEnum uses WNetEnumResource to enumerate domains and the computers within. them and NetShareEnum to enumerate shares on computers.

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TCPView v3.05

Introduction

TCPView is a Windows program that will show you detailed listings of all TCP and UDP endpoints on your system, including the local and remote addresses and state of TCP connections. On Windows Server 2008, Vista, and XP, TCPView also reports the name of the process that owns the endpoint.

TCPView provides a more informative and conveniently presented subset of the Netstat program that ships with Windows. The TCPView download includes Tcpvcon, a command-line version with the same functionality.

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Using TCPView

When you start TCPView it will enumerate all active TCP and UDP endpoints, resolving all IP addresses to their domain name versions. You can use a toolbar button or menu item to toggle the display of resolved names. On Windows XP systems, TCPView shows the name of the process that owns each endpoint.

By default, TCPView updates every second, but you can use the Options|Refresh Rate menu item to change the rate. Endpoints that change state from one update to the next are highlighted in yellow; those that are deleted are shown in red, and new endpoints are shown in green.

You can close established TCP/IP connections (those labeled with a state of ESTABLISHED) by selecting File|Close Connections, or by right-clicking on a connection and choosing Close Connections from the resulting context menu.
You can save TCPView’s output window to a file using the Save menu item.

Using Tcpvcon

Tcpvcon usage is similar to that of the built-in Windows netstat utility:
Usage: tcpvcon [-a] [-c] [-n] [process name or PID]

-a Show all endpoints (default is to show established TCP connections).
-c Print output as CSV.
-n Don’t resolve addresses..

Microsoft TCPView KB Article

This Microsoft KB article references TCPView:
816944: “Unexpected Error 0x8ffe2740 Occurred” Error Message When You Try to Start a Web Site

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Whois v1.14

Introduction

Whois performs the registration record for the domain name or IP address that you specify.

Usage

Usage: whois [-v] domainname [whois.server]

-v Print whois information for referrals
Domainname can be either a DNS name (e.g. http://www.sysinternals.com) or IP address (e.g. 66.193.254.46).

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Basic Powershell cmdlet sharepoint

Get-Command -Noun SP*
Get-Help Get-SPSite
Get-Help Get-SPSite -Examples
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPSite

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Backup-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Copy-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Move-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Repair-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Restore-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Test-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Upgrade-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPWeb

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Export-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Import-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPWebApplication

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Convert-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPServiceApplication

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Publish-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Unpublish-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPServiceApplicationPool

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationPool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPServiceApplicationPool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPServiceApplicationPool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPServiceApplicationPool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPContentDatabase

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Dismount-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Mount-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Test-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Upgrade-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPDatabase

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPManagedAccount

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPManagedAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPManagedAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPManagedAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPManagedAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun STimerJob
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPTimerJob

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Disable-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Enable-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Start-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPUser

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Move-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet New-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Remove-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Set-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun WebApplication

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet ConvertTo-WebApplication WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebApplication WebAdministration
Cmdlet New-WebApplication WebAdministration
Cmdlet Remove-WebApplication WebAdministration
PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Noun SPProcessAccount

CommandType Name ModuleName


Cmdlet Get-SPProcessAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell

PS C:\Users\de.prasad.adm> Get-Command -Verb Get

Cmdlet Get-PfxCertificate Microsoft.PowerShell.Security
Cmdlet Get-PfxData PKI
Cmdlet Get-Process Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-PSBreakpoint Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-PSCallStack Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-PSDrive Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-PSProvider Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-PSSession Microsoft.PowerShell.Core
Cmdlet Get-PSSessionConfiguration Microsoft.PowerShell.Core
Cmdlet Get-PSSnapin Microsoft.PowerShell.Core
Cmdlet Get-Random Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-ScheduledJob PSScheduledJob
Cmdlet Get-ScheduledJobOption PSScheduledJob
Cmdlet Get-SecureBootPolicy SecureBoot
Cmdlet Get-SecureBootUEFI SecureBoot
Cmdlet Get-Service Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServicesApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServicesDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServicesDatabaseServer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServicesDatabaseServerGroup Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAccessServicesDatabaseServerGroupMapping Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAlternateURL Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppAcquisitionConfiguration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppAutoProvisionConnection Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppDeniedEndpointList Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppDisablingConfiguration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppDomain Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppHostingQuotaConfiguration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppInstance Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppPrincipal Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppScaleProfile Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppSiteSubscriptionName Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppStateSyncLastRunTime Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppStateUpdateInterval Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAppStoreConfiguration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAuthenticationProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPAuthenticationRealm Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBackupHistory Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBingMapsBlock Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBingMapsKey Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBrowserCustomerExperienceImprovementProgram Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogEntityNotificationWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogMetadataObject Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPCertificateAuthority Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPClaimProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPClaimProviderManager Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPClaimTypeEncoding Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPContentDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPContentDeploymentJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPContentDeploymentPath Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPCustomLayoutsPage Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDataConnectionFile Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDataConnectionFileDependent Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDeletedSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDesignerSettings Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDiagnosticConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDiagnosticsPerformanceCounter Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDiagnosticsProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPDistributedCacheClientSetting Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEduServiceSetting Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchAdministrationComponent Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchComponent Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchContentEnrichmentConfigur… Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlContentSource Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlCustomConnector Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlExtension Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlLogReadPermission Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlMapping Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchFileFormat Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchHostController Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchLanguageResourcePhrase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchLinguisticComponentsStatus Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchLinksDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCategory Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataCrawledProperty Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataManagedProperty Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchMetadataMapping Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchOwner Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchPropertyRuleCollection Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAndSiteSettingsService Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAndSiteSettingsServi… Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAndSiteSettingsServi… Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryAuthority Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryDemoted Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryKeyword Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScope Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryScopeRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQuerySpellingCorrection Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchQuerySuggestionCandidates Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchRankingModel Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchResultItemType Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchResultSource Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchSecurityTrimmer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchService Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationBackupS… Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchSiteHitRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchStatus Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchTopology Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPEnterpriseSearchVssDataPath Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelBIServer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelBlockedFileType Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelDataConnectionLibrary Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelDataProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelFileLocation Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPExcelUserDefinedFunction Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPFarm Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPFarmConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPFeature Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPHealthAnalysisRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPHelpCollection Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInfoPathFormsService Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInfoPathFormTemplate Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInfoPathUserAgent Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInfoPathWebServiceProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInternalAppStateSyncLastRunTime Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPInternalAppStateUpdateInterval Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPIRMSettings Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPLogEvent Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPLogLevel Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPManagedAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPManagedPath Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPMetadataServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPMetadataServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPMobileMessagingAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPODataConnectionSetting Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPODataConnectionSettingMetadata Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPOfficeStoreAppsDefaultActivation Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPPendingUpgradeActions Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPPerformancePointServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPPerformancePointServiceApplicationTrusted… Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPPluggableSecurityTrimmer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProcessAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProduct Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProfileLeader Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProfileServiceApplicationSecurity Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectDatabaseQuota Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectDatabaseState Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectEnterpriseProjectTaskSync Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectLogLevelManager Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectOdataConfiguration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectPCSSettings Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectPermissionMode Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectQueueSettings Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPProjectWebInstance Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRequestManagementSettings Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRoutingMachineInfo Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRoutingMachinePool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRoutingRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSDatabaseCreationScript Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSDatabaseRightsScript Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSDatabaseUpgradeScript Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSExtension Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSProxyUrl Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSServiceApplicationServers Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPRSSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPScaleOutDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseDataState Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseInconsistency Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSecureStoreApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSecureStoreSystemAccount Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSecurityTokenServiceConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServerScaleOutDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServerScaleOutDatabaseDataState Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServerScaleOutDatabaseInconsistency Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServerScaleOutDatabaseLogEntry Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationEndpoint Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationPool Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationProxyGroup Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceApplicationSecurity Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceContext Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceHostConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPServiceInstance Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSessionStateService Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPShellAdmin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSite Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteAdministration Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscription Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionEdiscoveryHub Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionEdiscoverySearchScope Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionFeaturePack Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionIRMConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteSubscriptionMetadataConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteUpgradeSessionInfo Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSiteURL Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPSolution Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPStateServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPStateServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPStateServiceDatabase Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTaxonomySession Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPThrottlingRule Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTimerJob Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTopologyServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTopologyServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTranslationThrottlingSetting Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTrustedIdentityTokenIssuer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTrustedRootAuthority Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTrustedSecurityTokenIssuer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPTrustedServiceTokenIssuer Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUpgradeActions Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUsageApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUsageDefinition Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUsageService Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUser Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserLicense Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserLicenseMapping Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserLicensing Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserSettingsProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserSettingsProviderManager Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPUserSolution Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPVisioExternalData Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPVisioPerformance Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPVisioSafeDataProvider Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPVisioServiceApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPVisioServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWeb Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebApplication Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebApplicationAppDomain Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebApplicationHttpThrottlingMonitor Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebPartPack Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWebTemplate Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWOPIBinding Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWOPISuppressionSetting Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWOPIZone Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWorkflowConfig Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-SPWorkflowServiceApplicationProxy Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell
Cmdlet Get-Tpm TrustedPlatformModule
Cmdlet Get-TpmEndorsementKeyInfo TrustedPlatformModule
Cmdlet Get-TpmSupportedFeature TrustedPlatformModule
Cmdlet Get-TraceSource Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-Transaction Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-TroubleshootingPack TroubleshootingPack
Cmdlet Get-TypeData Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-UICulture Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-Unique Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-Variable Microsoft.PowerShell.Utility
Cmdlet Get-WebAppDomain WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebApplication WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebApplicationMonitoringStatus Microsoft.MonitoringAgent.Pow…
Cmdlet Get-WebAppPoolState WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebBinding WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebCentralCertProvider WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfigFile WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfiguration WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfigurationBackup WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfigurationLocation WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfigurationLock WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebConfigurationProperty WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebFilePath WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebGlobalModule WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebHandler WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebItemState WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebManagedModule WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebRequest WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-Website WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebsiteState WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebURL WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WebVirtualDirectory WebAdministration
Cmdlet Get-WheaMemoryPolicy Whea
Cmdlet Get-WIMBootEntry Dism
Cmdlet Get-WinAcceptLanguageFromLanguageListOptOut International
Cmdlet Get-WinCultureFromLanguageListOptOut International
Cmdlet Get-WinDefaultInputMethodOverride International
Cmdlet Get-WindowsDriver Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsEdition Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsErrorReporting WindowsErrorReporting
Cmdlet Get-WindowsImage Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsImageContent Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsOptionalFeature Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsPackage Dism
Cmdlet Get-WindowsSearchSetting WindowsSearch
Cmdlet Get-WinEvent Microsoft.PowerShell.Diagnostics
Cmdlet Get-WinHomeLocation International
Cmdlet Get-WinLanguageBarOption International
Cmdlet Get-WinSystemLocale International
Cmdlet Get-WinUILanguageOverride International
Cmdlet Get-WinUserLanguageList International
Cmdlet Get-WmiObject Microsoft.PowerShell.Management
Cmdlet Get-WSManCredSSP Microsoft.WSMan.Management
Cmdlet Get-WSManInstance Microsoft.WSMan.Management