Organization level monitoring and management
Use this command to get application errors.
Get-SPOAppErrors –ProductId ba51729b-e017-409d-681a-66f1dd18f0f4
This command will return a list of all installed applications.
Get-SPOAppInfo –Name "Excel Service"
Returns SharePoint Online organization properties.
Retrieves SharePoint Online company logs. For now, the only logs available are for Business Connectivity Services (BCS).
$endtime = Get-SPOTenantLogLastAvailableTimeInUtc$starttime = $endTimeinUTC.AddMinutes(-1200000)$tenantlogs = Get-SPOTenantLogEntry -StartTimeinUtc $startTimeinUTC.Date -EndTimeinUTC $endTimeinUTC.Date
This command returns the time when the SharePoint Online organization logs are collected. Same as the Get-SPOTenantLogEntry command, for now, the only logs available are for Business Connectivity Services (BCS).
You can use this command to get a list of all site templates available that match a given identity.
This command sets properties on the SharePoint Online organization.
Set-SPOSite -Identity https://adoptcloud.sharepoint.com/sites/coolsite -LockState NoAccess
After your Wave 14 Office 365 tenant is upgraded to Wave 15, you will notice that your SharePoint sites are not automatically upgraded to the latest SharePoint 2013 site. You can use this command to trigger the upgrade after you have properly assessed and tested the impacts of upgrade.
Upgrade-SPOSite -Identity https://adoptcloud.sharepoint.com/sites/coolsite
and here is a reference to available parameters for this command:
As mentioned in Upgrade-SPO command, before upgrading to SharePoint 2013 in Office 365, you may want to test the impacts of the upgrade in advance. you use this command request to create a copy of an existing site collection for the purposes of validating the effects of upgrade without affecting the original site.
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