Content inventory scripts are essential for me, my teammates, and my clients. Often though, I find myself re-writing scripts because Client A wants these fields, and Client B wants those fields. To save me the headache of writing a new script every time, I wanted an inventory script that retrieves every field. I was tired of using CSOM scripts for inventory, so instead decided to try using PNP for inventory. Now instead of writing a new script every time, all I need to do is delete columns in Excel instead.
I’ve used PNP for provisioning, but never for inventory. I found that by using PNP the inventory script was much quicker to write and was much more powerful.
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