How to check if site collection taxonomy group exists
in office 365 using Powershell and CSOM




Posted on October 4th, 2014

In this post you will learn how to check if site collection taxonomy group exists in office 365 using Powershell and CSOM.

Prerequisites:

I have created a folder called scripts and placed the required SharePoint client dlls.

Below are the list of dlls i need for execution of script.

  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll
  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll
  • Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.Client.Tenant.dll
  • Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Taxonomy.dll

Powershell script:

The below scripts checks for a site collection taxonomy group from the all the taxonomy groups available at site collection level.

Conclusion:

In this post you will learned how to check if site collection taxonomy group exists in office 365 using Powershell and CSOM.


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