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When we first started to work with Office 365, I remember being quite concerned at the lack of Power Shell cmdlets – basically all the commands we’re used to using do not exist there.
Here’s a gratuitous graph to illustrate the point: So yes, nearly 800 Power Shell commands in SP2013 (up from around 530 in SP2010) down to a measly 30 in Share Point Online.
NET CSOM, and copy them to a folder on your machine – your scripts will reference these DLLs.
In this case, there is no need to copy the DLLs – your scripts will reference them in the original Share Point install location (C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\ISAPI).