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Sometimes we have a business requirement to get site collections with all the sub-webs so we can achieve the solution easily using PnP Powershell.


Let’s see step-by-step implementation:




Open Windows Powershell ISE
Create a new file and write a script

Now we will see all the steps which we required to achieve the solution:


1. We will initialize the admin site URL, username, and password in the global variables.

2. Then we will create a Login function to connect the O365 SharePoint Admin site.

3. Create a function to get all site collections and all the sub-webs 


So in the end, our script will be like this,



$SiteURL = ""
$UserName = ""
$Password = "********"
$SecureStringPwd = $Password | ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText -Force 
$Creds = New-Object System.Management.Automation.PSCredential -ArgumentList $UserName, $SecureStringPwd

Function Login {
    param([parameter(Mandatory = $true, ValueFromPipeline = $true)] $Creds)
    Write-Host "Connecting to Tenant Admin Site '$($SiteURL)'" 
    Connect-PnPOnline -Url $SiteURL -Credentials $creds
    Write-Host "Connection Successfull"

Function AllSiteCollAndSubWebs() {
    $TenantSites = (Get-PnPTenantSite) | Select Title, Url       
    ForEach ( $TenantSite in $TenantSites) { 
        Connect-PnPOnline -Url $TenantSite.Url -Credentials $Creds
        Write-Host $TenantSite.Title $TenantSite.Url
        $subwebs = Get-PnPSubWebs -Recurse | Select Title, Url
        foreach ($subweb in $subwebs) { 
            Connect-PNPonline -Url $subweb.Url -Credentials $Creds
            Write-Host $subweb.Title $subweb.Url 












In this article, we have seen how to get all the site collections and their subwebs using pnp Powershell.


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