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PnP PowerShell

PnP PowerShell is a .NET 6 based PowerShell Module providing over 650 cmdlets that work with Microsoft 365 environments such as SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Project, Security & Compliance, Azure Active Directory, and more.

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This module is a successor of the PnP-PowerShell module. The original cmdlets only work on Windows and Windows PowerShell and supports SharePoint On-Premises (2013, 2016 and 2019) and SharePoint Online. This version of the cmdlets is cross-platform (i.e it works on Windows, MacOS and Linux) but it will only support SharePoint Online. Going forward we will only be actively maintaining the cross-platform PnP PowerShell module.

For more information about installing or upgrading to this module, please refer to the documentation.

IMPORTANT - New PnP PowerShell 2.x

As the technologies behind PowerShell evolve, so will the PnP PowerShell module. Microsoft is no longer supporting .NET 3.1 since December 2022, and .NET Framework is not actively being developed anymore. It is also not cross platform. PnP PowerShell 2.x will therefore no longer support PowerShell 5.1 nor the ISE. 

We have created a guide for upgrading from previous versions to PnP PowerShell 2.x. If you are still using PowerShell 5.1 or the ISE, and want to use the latest major or nightly release, you will need to specify the required version like below: 

Install-Module PnP.PowerShell -RequiredVersion 1.12.0 -Force

Both (1.x and 2.x) can be installed in the same machine with no conflict.

Supportability and SLA

This library is open-source and community provided library with active community providing support for it. This is not Microsoft provided module so there's no SLA or direct support for this open-source component from Microsoft. Please report any issues using the issues list.

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact with any additional questions or comments.