Is their a way to find how via powershell many site collections in my farm is using Nintex worklfow.
Not looking for just Nintex workflow feature activated check but need to know if actual workflow exist in site.
I am not sure how this is accessed by powershell but Nintex use their own NWAdmin tool to get this type of management information.
Take a look at the NWAdmin white paper NWAdmin Operations - Nintex Workflow 2010
Hi Rob, Thanks for response. Do you know which specific command can do the trick here.
Find workflows returns this information (my example is in 2010 but it is the same in 2013)
I think this is more detail then you need but what you want to know is part of the detail.
is there a specific requirement to have those extracted using PowerShell, cause there is a report included in Nintex Workflow called "Workflows By Site" which should give you exactly what you are after.
No Specific requirement here, we just need to know how many sites were actuallly using Nintex workflow.I looked at the workflow by Site in Central Administartion. Does it require to add report webpart on all site collections?
No, simply go to Central Admin and choose Administrative Reports. You should be able to get an overview there.
yes, i saw that. My challenge is when i select "workflow by site" report. it just display sites from one web app.
I have multiple web applications. how can i see report from all of them? i don't see an option to select.
Just to help get this to the finish line, what kind of report to you need exactly? Since you can combine the reports you have found in CA and on the sites themselves, or by NWAdmin. Did any of those get the final result you needed or was there more that was required?
PowerShell similar to your request Get-SPWorkflow.pdf
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