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Spinstalllanguagepack

SharePointDSC
 

SHORT DESCRIPTION

 

.NAME

    SPInstallLanguagePack 
 
# Description 
     
    This resource is used to install the SharePoint Language Pack binaries. The 
    BinaryDir parameter should point to the path that setup.exe is located (not to 
    setup.exe itself). The BinaryInstallDays and BinaryInstallTime parameters 
    specify a window in which the update can be installed. This module depends on 
     
.PARAMETER BinaryDir 
    Key - String 
    The directory that contains all of the SharePoint binaries 
 
.PARAMETER BinaryInstallDays 
    Write - String 
    Allowed values: mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat, sun 
    Specify on which dates the installation is allowed 
 
.PARAMETER BinaryInstallTime 
    Write - String 
    Specify in which time frame the installation is allowed 
 
.PARAMETER Ensure 
    Write - string 
    Allowed values: Present, Absent 
    Present to install SharePoint. Absent is currently not supported 
 
.PARAMETER InstallAccount 
    Write - String 
    POWERSHELL 4 ONLY: The account to run this resource as, use PsDscRunAsCredential if using PowerShell 5 
 
 

.EXAMPLE

    This module will install the SharePoint Language Pack. The binaries for 
    SharePoint in this scenario are stored at C:\SPInstall (so it will look to run 
    C:\SPInstall\Setup.exe) 
 
 
    Configuration Example  
    { 
        param( 
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)] 
            [PSCredential] 
            $SetupAccount 
        ) 
        Import-DscResource -ModuleName SharePointDsc 
 
        node localhost { 
            SPInstallLanguagePack InstallLPBinaries 
            { 
                BinaryDir  = "C:\SPInstall" 
                Ensure     = "Present" 
            } 
        } 
    } 
 
 

.EXAMPLE

    This module will install the SharePoint Language Pack in the specified timeframe. 
    The binaries for SharePoint in this scenario are stored at C:\SPInstall (so it 
    will look to run C:\SPInstall\Setup.exe) 
 
 
    Configuration Example  
    { 
        param( 
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)] 
            [PSCredential] 
            $SetupAccount 
        ) 
        Import-DscResource -ModuleName SharePointDsc 
 
        node localhost { 
            SPInstallLanguagePack InstallLPBinaries 
            { 
                BinaryDir         = "C:\SPInstall" 
                BinaryInstallDays = "sat", "sun" 
                BinaryInstallTime = "12:00am to 2:00am" 
                Ensure            = "Present" 
            } 
        } 
    }