Provisioning look book SharePoint templates using PnP PowerShell

Are you interested on the applying look book templates to Microsoft 365? Following the steps within this video on applying look book or any PnP provisioning engine templates to SharePoint Online sites using PnP PowerShell. This process works for any existing template which was available in the look book site or if you create these templates for yourself.

Sample code: Invoke-PnPTenantTemplate -Path .\Downloads\M365LP.pnp -Parameters @(“Siteurl”_-/sites/M365 Learning for Collabra Networks Staff”)

Agenda 00:00

intro 00:40

prerequisites 02:28

get template 04:58

create target site 06:08

provisioning with PowerShell 09:13 summary

This video is using the Microsoft Learning Pathways template as the example scenario to be installed to the tenant. ⚠️ Notice that the PnP tooling is based on open-source solutions and projects with active community providing support for it. There is no SLA for the open-source tool support from Microsoft ✨ Presenter Paolo Pialorsi (PiaSys) |   / paolopialorsi   📖

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