Aleternate link Technet gallery

Ramki 816 Reputation points

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..

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

Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams
A Microsoft customizable chat-based workspace.
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Microsoft Exchange Online Management
Microsoft Exchange Online Management
Microsoft Exchange Online: A Microsoft email and calendaring hosted service.Management: The act or process of organizing, handling, directing or controlling something.
4,299 questions
Exchange Server Management
Exchange Server Management
Exchange Server: A family of Microsoft client/server messaging and collaboration software.Management: The act or process of organizing, handling, directing or controlling something.
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  1. Lucas Liu-MSFT 6,161 Reputation points

    Hi @Ramki ,
    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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  1. Vasil Michev 98,111 Reputation points MVP

    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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