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Powershell Sharepoint 2007

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Dear All,

I would like to know how can I manage Sharepoint 2007 from Powershell. Because I know for example to manage Server manager I import module ServerManager in Windows 2008 and Work Fine. But I don't know how to import module Sharepoint to Powershell v2.

I have in the same server:
Windows 2003 SP2 with Powershell V2
Sharepoint 2007 SP2

I would like manage Sharepoint2007 from Powershell and Activate a Feature from there.

Thanks in advance,
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Dale Harris earned 500 total points
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Unfortunately, MOSS 2007 and Powershell do not work well together.  Sharepoint 2010 and Sharepoint Foundations 2010 actually uses Powershell as it's management console, so you'll have a lot more luck there if you move to 2010.

There are a few basic things you can do, but mostly stsadm.exe is your best bet to do things in a script (batch file).

HTH,

Dale Harris
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