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Windows PowerShell for Office Web Apps Server


Applies to: Office Web Apps Server

Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-20

Summary: Find articles about the OfficeWebApps Windows PowerShell cmdlets that configure Office Web Apps Server.

Audience: IT Professionals

Office Web Apps Server is a new Office server product that delivers browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote. A single Office Web Apps Server farm can support users who access Office files through SharePoint 2013, Lync Server 2013, Exchange Server 2013, shared folders, and websites.

Office 2013 logoThe following table lists and describes the articles for each OfficeWebApps Windows PowerShell cmdlet for Office Web Apps Server.

If Windows PowerShell doesn’t recognize these cmdlets when you run them, you may need to import the OfficeWebApps module. Use this command:
Import-Module -Name OfficeWebApps

OfficeWebApps Windows PowerShell cmdlets

Article Description


Returns details about the OfficeWebAppsFarm object that the current server is a member of.


Returns the list of host domains that are on the Allow List for an Office Web Apps Server farm.


Returns details about the current server that is in an Office Web Apps Server farm.


Creates a new Office Web Apps Server farm on the local computer.


Adds a host domain to the Allow List for an Office Web Apps Server farm.


Adds the current server to an existing Office Web Apps Server farm.


Removes a host domain from the Allow List for an Office Web Apps Server farm.


Removes the current server from the Office Web Apps Server farm.


Removes all servers flagged as unhealthy from an Office Web Apps Server farm.


Configures the settings of an existing Office Web Apps Server farm.


Changes the settings of the current server that is in an Office Web Apps Server farm.

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Newly published content

See the following article for a list of new or recently updated Office Web Apps Server articles.

Getting started

Getting started

Download Office Web Apps Server.

  • Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC)

    To download Office Web Apps Server you must have a license, under a Volume Licensing agreement, for Office Professional Plus 2013, Office Standard 2013, or Office for Mac 2011. The download is located under those Office products on the VLSC portal.

Download the language packs for Office Web Apps Server.

Learn more about Office Web Apps Server.

Explore these links to learn how Office Server products can use Office Web Apps Server to provide web-based viewing and editing of Office files.

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