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There is no easy way unless you find some utility function where you pass an object which will use Reflection to extract all properties Good old way is to Get-SPSite 'http://sitecollectionurl' That can give you an SPSite Object. Now you can choose the properties of your interest and put it into a text file using Out-File 'FileName.Txt' - Append Final ...


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Yes it is possible to create custom view (custom filter and sorting). These links are usefull and show how to do it: What are SharePoint views? Learn how to use and create them Create, change, or delete a view of a list or library Yes, the user can interact with the column (by clicking on the column header) and filter and sort the view. And yes you can ...



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