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I use the PnP Commandlets to do much of my site building but cannot figure out how to make Site Content Types not read-only. There is no way to do this with commandlets so I'm looking for some help.

I'd assume it was something along the line of:

$contentType = "Document Type"
$creds = Get-Credential
$url = [MY URL]
Connect-PnpOnline -Identity $url -Credentials $creds
$theContentType = Get-PnpContentType -Identity $contentType

This is where I get lost. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • ### Make Content Types Not Read Only $ctlist = Get-PnpContentType foreach ($ctype in $ctList) { if ($ctype.Group -like "HM*") { $ct = Get-PnpContentType $ctype $ct.ReadOnly = $false $ct.Update($true) Execute-PnpQuery }} Nov 17, 2017 at 20:31

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Got it.

### Make Content Types Not Read Only
$ct = Get-PnpContentType $ctype
$ct.ReadOnly = $false
$ct.Update($true)
Execute-PnpQuery

}}
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