SharePoint 2010 Site Template ID Numbers


Here are a list of all the site template ID numbers that you can use in SharePoint 2010.  When creating a new site through Powershell or STSADM you are asked to provide the site template ID for each of the sites.

Site Definition Site Template ID
Team Site STS#0
Blank Site STS#1
Document Workspace STS#2
Blog BLOG#0
Group Work Site SGS#0
Visio Process Repository VISPRUS#0
Basic Meeting Workspace MPS#0
Blank Meeting Workspace MPS#1
Decision Meeting Workspace MPS#2
Social Meeting Workspace MPS#3
Multipage Meeting Workspace MPS#4
Assets Web Database ACCSRV#1
Charitable Contributions Web Database ACCSRV#3
Contacts Web Database ACCSRV#41
Issues Web Database ACCSRV#6
Projects Web Database ACCSRV#5
Document Center BDR#0
Records Center OFFILE#1
Business Intelligence Center BICenterSite#0
Personalization Site SPSMSITE#0
Enterprise Search Center SRCHCEN#0
Basic Search Center SRCHCENTERLITE#0
Enterprise Wiki ENTERWIKI#0
Publishing Site CMSPUBLISHING#0

6 thoughts on “SharePoint 2010 Site Template ID Numbers

  1. SUbramanyam Kaipa

    I have Custom Template that is deployed using power shell scripting. But my requirement is to create the site at the time of deploying wsp to gallery..!

  2. Terry Ashley

    I’m assuming you never got back around to making that blog: P that being said, I’ve seen a few blog post floating around where people used custom templates to create sites via workflows, however for the life of me I can’t remember where or how. I do remember that if you save the site as a template and then download the site to your local computer the ID is referenced in one of the included files, does anyone remember how to find your custom site IDs?

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