Salaudeen Rajack

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10 thoughts on “SharePoint Online: How to Change the Site Logo using PowerShell?

  • What about updating the Header Site Logo and Background Image?

  • we have an automated method to create site collections, can we change the site logo with logo saved in one of the root/home site collection and reference it when changing the site logo? rather than logo saved on a machine?

    please advise?

    • The PnP PowerShell script uploads the Logo to each site assets before referencing it as a Logo of the site. If your logo is stored somewhere in the root site where everyone has access to it, Yes! You can reference it.

  • Thank you so much this is the only work-around that really worked for me. Apparently people also suggested another approach which I simply couldn’t follow due to the complex and risks of services of my site.

  • Positive site, where did u come up with the information on this posting?I have read a few of the articles on your website now, and I really like your style. Thanks a million and please keep up the effective work.

  • How to redirect the logo “click URL” to redirect to the root site collection?

  • PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Set-SPOSiteLogo -Web $Web -LogoURL $LogoURL
    Set-SPOSiteLogo : No se puede procesar la transformación del argumento del parámetro ‘Web’. No se puede convertir el
    valor “Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Web” de tipo “Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Web” al tipo
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    + Set-SPOSiteLogo -Web $Web -LogoURL $LogoURL
    + ~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : InvalidData: (:) [Set-SPOSiteLogo], ParameterBindingArgumentTransformationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentTransformationError,Set-SPOSiteLogo

  • Hi Salaudeen,

    How to change site collection URL in SharePoint Online?


    • Unfortunately, its not possible to rename site collection URL’s in SharePoint Online as of Today! The only alternate is to create a new site collection and copy content over.


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