Where Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell.dll Is

I had this come up with a developer at a client that was trying to build some administrative tooling for their internal development environment. After looking all through the SharePoint environment, I found it actually doesn’t exist anywhere besides the GAC by default. If you need to export it, you can just open a command prompt, navigate to c:\windows\assembly\gac, go into the GAC_64 directory, open the directory for the PowerShell assembly, then run a copy command to your desired directory.

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VersionDiff

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.VersionDiff class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the base class for form-rendering and field-rendering controls. VersionDiff provides a complete HTML differential between publishing pages outputting changes, highlighting the publishing text that have been deleted, added, or changed. The most evident place that VersionDiff is used is for the default SharePoint Wiki functionality as part of the defa

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I Encourage You To Read The Full MSDN Class Documentation, Since Things Like Type Hierarchy Are Illustrated.

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.VersionDiff class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the base class for form-rendering and field-rendering controls. VersionDiff provides a complete HTML differential between publishing pages outputting changes, highlighting the publishing text that have been deleted, added, or changed. The most evident place that VersionDiff is used is for the default SharePoint Wiki functionality as part of the defa

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AssignToEmailMessage

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.AssignToEmailMessage class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the foundational control for form and field rendering controls. AssignToEmailMessage is heavily related to SPList objects since each SPList has a Boolean SPList.EnableAssignToEmail property which is responsible for email notification configuration.

This Post Details Content That I Have Written Regarding The SharePoint API On MSDN. The Full Article Will Have These Contents As Annotations Of The Full Article.

I Encourage You To Read The Full MSDN Class Documentation, Since Things Like Type Hierarchy Are Illustrated.

Adam Buenz’s MSDN Located At Annotations edited by Adam Buenz – MVP:

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.AssignToEmailMessage class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the foundational control for form and field rendering controls. AssignToEmailMessage is heavily related to SPList objects since each SPList has a Boolean SPList.EnableAssignToEmail property which is responsible for email notification configuration.

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