As a newly SharePoint supporter, I find it difficult to get overview for my company's customers SharePoint Server; e.g. installation, setup, topology.

Is there a PowerShell script which can provide this information.

I was thinking about Server OS, IP numbers. SharePoint versions, status on build ( ex. CU), status of security ( FBA or Keberos) Name of administrators etc, all the information that is necessary for getting an overview of the farm.

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Without the use of third-party tools, there isn't one simple Cmdlet to gather all of this information. You can, however, use a combination of Cmdlets to get the information. Here are a few examples. I do recommend going through the available SharePoint Cmdlets on TechNet to see what else suits your needs.


Found a good solution on CodePlex



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