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Windows PowerShell for Office Web Apps (SharePoint 2013)

Office Web Apps

Applies to: Office Web Apps, SharePoint Foundation 2013, SharePoint Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2015-03-20

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

Audience: IT Professionals

When used with SharePoint 2013 on-premises, Office Web Apps provides updated versions of Word Web App, Excel Web App, PowerPoint Web App, and OneNote Web App. Users can view and, optionally, edit Office documents by using a supported web browser on computers and on different mobile devices, such as Windows Phones, iPhones, and iPads.

Office 2013 logoThe following table lists and describes the articles for each SPWOPI Windows PowerShell cmdlet that configures Office Web Apps for use with SharePoint 2013.

SPWOPI Windows PowerShell cmdlets

Article Description


Returns a list of bindings that were created by using New-SPWOPIBinding on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.


Returns the suppression settings on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.


Returns the zone that is configured on the current SharePoint farm for the WOPI application to use.


Creates a new binding to associate file name extensions or applications with actions on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.


Turns off Office Web Apps for the action and document type or binding you’ve specified on the current SharePoint farm.


Removes bindings for applications, file name extensions, and their associated actions on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.


Removes the suppression settings for a file type or program ID (ProgID) on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.


Updates the default click action for an application or file name extension binding.


Configures the zone that the current SharePoint farm will use to navigate the browser to the WOPI application.


Updates the public key that is used to connect to the WOPI application on the current SharePoint farm where this cmdlet is run.

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  • 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.

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