Get-spfeature gets the SharePoint features based on a given scope.

This cmdlet behaves differently at each scope, getting the enabled Features at each level. There are 4 levels of scope

· Farm

· WebApplication

· Site (Site Collection)

· Web (Site)

get-spfeature -farm (gets all the enabled Feature in the farm)

get-spfeature -webapplication http://server (gets all enabled the Features in the Web application)

get-spfeature -site http://server/sites/IT (gets all the enabled Features on the site collection)

get-spfeature -site -sandboxed (gets all installed the Feature definitions on the site)

get-spfeature -web (gets all the enabled Features in the Web)

If no scope is provided, all installed Features are returned.

get-spfeature (gets all the installed Feature definitions in the farm)


The list will scroll by so use any of the following commands

get-spfeature | more (using more command stops the list from scrolling to end)

get-spfeature |select displayname, scope (using select displayname, scope will remove the id column)

get-spfeature | sort scope | select displayname, scope | more (sort scope command will sort the feature based on their scope)


get-spfeature -Limit ALL | Where-Object {$_.Scope -eq “SITE”}

This will get a list of all installed “SITE” scoped Feature. Replace Site with Web or Farm to see the list


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