Microsoft SharePoint Action Pack

Manage your Microsoft SharePoint deployments.

SharePoint is a web application platform in the Microsoft Office server suite. Launched in 2001, SharePoint combines various functions which are traditionally separate applications: intranet, extranet, content management, document management, personal cloud, enterprise social networking, enterprise search, business intelligence, workflow management, web content management, and an enterprise application store. SharePoint servers have traditionally been deployed for internal use in mid-size businesses and large departments alongside Microsoft Exchange, Skype for Business, and Office Web Apps.

The Microsoft SharePoint Action Pack allows you to build visual workflows to automate SharePoint related activities.

Pre-Requisites

  • Automic 11.2 or above
  • Plugin Manager
  • PowerShell with SharePoint Snap-In
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2013 (on premise) with Automic Agent

Installation

  1. Download the Microsoft SharePoint Action pack GitHub project archive from Automic marketplace
  2. Extract the archive to get the PCK.CUSTOM_MICROSOFT_SHAREPOINT_1.X.X.zip file, this is the actual action pack.
  3. Log onto the Automic Web Interface (ECC).
  4. Navigate to Administation tab
  5. Click Packs then click Install Pack
  6. Select the action pack that you downloaded. Upon installation, the pack PCK.CUSTOM_MICROSOFT_SHAREPOINT should appear

Available actions

  • Deactivate Feature
  • Add Solution
  • Add Sandbox Solution
  • Remove Solution
  • Remove Sandbox Solution
  • Deploy Solution
  • Deploy Sandbox Solution
  • Undeploy Solution
  • Undeploy Sandbox Solution
  • Export Solution
  • Update Solution

Available actions:

  • Deactivate Feature
  • Add Solution
  • Add Sandbox Solution
  • Remove Solution
  • Remove Sandbox Solution
  • Deploy Solution
  • Deploy Sandbox Solution
  • Undeploy Solution
  • Undeploy Sandbox Solution
  • Export Solution
  • Update Solution

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