File Migrator for SharePoint got a PowerGUI pack

This is something I wanted to see for a long time – a commercial application shipping with PowerShell support and a PowerGUI pack on top of it!

Quest File Migrator for SharePoint seems to be one of the first products that did that. The product is basically a solution to migrate your existing file servers to SharePoint (WSS or MOSS) sites. As your migration project grows in scale you might want to get a solution to bulk-manage your migration agents and jobs.

PowerGUI pack for file server to SharePoint migration

Ayman’s SharePoint File Migration PowerPack allows you to do that: deploy, remove, manage migration agents; start, stop, create, remove, schedule migration jobs, and so on. All that obviously uses PowerGUI sorting, filtering and reporting capabilities and shows you the PowerShell code behind.

The pack is freely available from PowerGUI library. The core file to SharePoint migration tool (with a free trial download) can be found here.

Full disclosure: this is obviously a product by Quest Software – the company for which I work and in which I am doing my best to PowerShell- and PowerGUI-enable all products. However, PowerGUI and are open to any other software company in the world, and you can freely use it to make your product better. Anyone can post any PowerPack to the PowerGUI library.

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1 Response to “File Migrator for SharePoint got a PowerGUI pack”

  1. 1 Links (5/15/2008) « Steve Pietrek - Everything SharePoint Trackback on May 15, 2008 at 11:26 pm

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