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Ramki-5805 asked ·

Aleternate link Technet gallery

Hello Buddies

Since the TechNet gallery is retired from last December 2020 , what is the alternate to find the powershell scripts to download

as per ms , it redirecting to the below link, however am getting hard time to get or download the all the existing scripts whiich was available in the previous technet link for MS exchange , EOL, teams etc..

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/samples/browse/

Please help me to find the scripts available in the new link

office-teams-windows-itprooffice-exchange-server-administrationoffice-exchange-online-itpro
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LucasLiu-MSFT answered ·

Hi @Ramki-5805 ,
Although Microsoft has retired TechNet Gallery, it has not deleted its scripts and code. Some creators may also post the code and subsequent updates in Github or elsewhere.
Agree with what michev said, it is recommended that you search based on the description and name of the script.
For more information: TechNet Gallery Retirement and Closure


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Hi @LucasLiu-MSFT

Thanks for your update. The challenging part is to search the file name and most of the time is no results. . most of the searches are going to document [age which is no use

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Hi @Ramki-5805 ,
According to my research and understanding, Microsoft does not currently classify Exchange-related scripts and codes. So searching directly is the best choice. You could try to search from the storage document place provided in the following link. In addition, Github is also an option.

Please refer to: An Update on the MSDN and TechNet Migration to docs.microsoft.com



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Hi @LucasLiu-MSFT

Let me go through the link, however, is there any option to download others uploaded script via GITHUB.

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Hi @Ramki-5805 ,
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michev answered ·

There's no such link mate. Authors were given some time to move theirs scripts to another location, such as GitHub, but the content stored on the Gallery has not been automatically moved anywhere. Your best option is to search for the given script by filename or description and find a match online.

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