Set-PnPSiteClosure

Opens or closes a site which has a site policy applied

Syntax

Set-PnPSiteClosure
   -State <ClosureState>
                     [-Web <WebPipeBind>]
                     [-Connection <SPOnlineConnection>]

Examples

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Set-PnPSiteClosure -State Open

This opens a site which has been closed and has a site policy applied.

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Set-PnPSiteClosure -State Closed

This closes a site which is open and has a site policy applied.

Parameters

-Connection

Optional connection to be used by the cmdlet. Retrieve the value for this parameter by either specifying -ReturnConnection on Connect-PnPOnline or by executing Get-PnPConnection.

Type:SPOnlineConnection
Position:Named
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False
-State

The state of the site

Type:ClosureState
Position:Named
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False
-Web

This parameter allows you to optionally apply the cmdlet action to a subweb within the current web. In most situations this parameter is not required and you can connect to the subweb using Connect-PnPOnline instead. Specify the GUID, server relative url (i.e. /sites/team1) or web instance of the web to apply the command to. Omit this parameter to use the current web.

Type:WebPipeBind
Position:Named
Accept pipeline input:False
Accept wildcard characters:False