I am searching for a better way to reset/remove default column values from specific folders using PowerShell.
I realize that it can be done through the library settings but I need to do this for about 50 folders with 4+ values per folder. So manually is not a very good option.
Has anyone dealt with this before?
I considered using the
Set-PnPDefaultColumnValues and just leaving the value blank(""). It will not allow me to use "" I could use " " but that does not work for managed metadata. There must be better way to remove default column values. I find it hard to believe that it would be a one way road where you can set it with powershell but cannot reset/remove.