Sitecore Managed Cloud can be a lot of things for an organization, saving a great deal of time and expense having offloaded numerous tasks and resources. One important step that's still up to you, is restricting access to non-delivery resources. Today we're going to cover doing this, along with some automation using PowerShell.

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Advanced System Reporter used to be my go-to module for running content reports, but support for this module ended a while ago and it's time to look for something new. Sitecore PowerShell is a massively powerful tool, used for countless reasons when managing a Sitecore instance. I could write a few dozen posts covering all the possibilities, but today I'm only going to show you show to generate a simple content report.

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In my post, How to Add Custom Buttons to the Content Editor Ribbon, I showed a snippet near the end that executes an import function. One small problem I came across, is that an agent won't work well with a method that has optional parameters.

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One thing you'll be familiar with in Sitecore Managed Cloud is Application Insights, which is going to give you access to the log lines Sitecore produces. My first impression of this was, how do I sift through all this garbage? We'll here's how.

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I previously covered setting up EXM in the post, Configuring EXM's SMTP Settings, where we got lost in the world of config files. Well, lost world, no. It was a simple change which got you running and able to send emails with this tool. Today, we're going to run through creating a sample list and sending it to validate feature functionality.

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