The PnP Provisioning framework is a code-centric and template-based platform for provisioning your site collections. The new provisioning engine allows you to persist and reuse provisioning models in Office 365, SharePoint Online, and on-premises site collections.
This blog will demonstrate how to provision a Team site using PnP PowerShell. In this process, we will make use of an existing SharePoint site to create a reusable template. By using this template, we can create exactly similar sites multiple times for multiple customers.
Knowing Your Prerequisites
For executing certain commands, you should have the PnP PowerShell framework already installed on your computer. If it’s not installed, you can simply install it by executing the following command in the command prompt:
Install-Module -Name PnP.PowerShell
Or you can refer to this link for further directions on the PnP PowerShell installation.
Once you’re done, run Windows PowerShell in “administrator” mode and execute ...
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