The Stack Overflow podcast is back! Listen to an interview with our new CEO.
1

Date and time in sharepoint is ISO 8601 format. You could try the below script: $spweb = get-spweb http://sp/sites/test/ $splist = $spweb.Lists.TryGetList("TestList") $query = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPQuery $query.Query = " <Where> <And> <Geq> <FieldRef Name='Created' /> <...


1

Try using something like below: <Query> <Where> <And> <Geq> <FieldRef Name="Created" /> <Value IncludeTimeValue="FALSE" Type="DateTime">2019-09-01</Value> </Geq> <Leq> <FieldRef Name="Created" /> <Value IncludeTimeValue="FALSE" Type="...


1

The only person that came help you with SPShell admin level access is another user who is already a SPShell admin. If you are not having enough privileges and you try to get yourself added as an SPShell admin that won't work .


1

You're not running the shell 'As Administrator'. If you were, the title bar of the shell would show "Administrator: SharePoint 2019 Management Shell".


1

This can help you. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -EA SilentlyContinue $mySiteUrl = "https://some_portal/sites/yoursite" $myList = "Some Library" #lookup list name $myListLU = "Lookup List" $spSite = Get-SPSite -Identity $mySiteUrl $web = $spSite.OpenWeb() # Retrieve the lists $list = $web.GetList($myList) $listLU = $web.GetList($myListLU) ...


1

Use the below script to Update the Hyperlink field. Hope this may help you! $SiteURL="<SiteUrl>" $ListName = "<Document Library>" $FieldName = "URL" $hyperLinkDisplayText = "Support Center" $hyperLinkOldURL = "/sites/support" #Here you provide the old url which you want to search $hyperLinkNewURL = "/sites/supportV2" #Here you provide the New ...


1

You can get a list of all of the items and write them to a csv using the script below. Make sure to replace the site name, list name, and fieldvalues.columnName before running. Connect-PnPOnline "https://tenant.sharepoint.com/site1" $csv = "path/to.csv" $List1 = Get-PnPList -Identity "List1Name" $items = Get-PnPListItem -List $List1 foreach ($item in $items)...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible