to download the Templates Manager PowerShell edition.
It comes in a zipped file that includes several files. When
you have extracted the .zip file, you can modify the .ps1
file that is included in the package and then run it to
install Templates Manager in multiple sites.
To upgrade Templates Manager, download the new file
and modify and run the PowerShell script again. Make sure
that you include all sites in the script.
If you want to evaluate Templates Manager, you are
welcome to try it for 30 days. After that, you must
start a subscription to continue using the product. Also
refer to the evaluator information on the
general Download page.
Install Templates Manager with a PowerShell script
You should have some experience of PowerShell to use this
Ópen PowerShell ISE as an administrator.
Open the .ps1 file included in the zipped package.
Modify the script, so that it connects to your farm
or tenant and includes the sites where you want to install
Run the script.
Now the Templates Manager button will show
up in all document libraries in the sites you included
in the script.
It is a good idea to keep the sites part of the script stored,
so that you easily can paste it into the new script when
it is time to upgrade Templates Manager.
Standard SharePoint permissions are used for Templates
Manager. You need to be a SharePoint Admin to install
Templates Manager with PowerShell.