At times there is a need to remove the selection checkboxes in SharePoint list/library views. The following PowerShell code does that for you $OpenWeb = Get-SPWeb http://mysite.cloudapp.net
$OpenList = $OpenWeb.Lists["My Library"]
$OpenView = $OpenList.Views["All Documents"]
$OpenView.TabularView = $false
For the ones who are well versed with stsadm and switching to PowerShell, the following table provides a mapping of stsadm commands to their PowerShell counterparts
The Windows PowerShell Command Builder for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Products and Microsoft Office 365 is a Silverlight4 application that is designed to help IT professionals and power users learn how to use Windows PowerShell for administrative tasks. The Windows PowerShell Command Builder enables IT professionals and power users to visually assemble commands related to SharePoint 2010 Products and Office 365 in the browser and take those commands to their respective products. URL: http://www.microsoft.com/resources/TechNet/en-us/Office/media/WindowsPowerShell/WindowsPowerShellCommandBuilder.html While it is recommend that you run the application online, the Windows PowerShell Command Builder can be optionally used in an offline mode to take advantage of Silverlight 4 Outside the Browser. To use the Windows PowerShell Command Builder in offline mode, right-click anywhere in the application and select Install Windows PowerShell Command Builder.