Wanted to write a quick post about a tool that can help you find and catalogue various PowerShell scripts that are scattered on various online communities or – possibly – your internal company network shares.

The tool is called Microsoft Script Explorer for Windows PowerShell and has entered the public Beta 1 stage now.

Read at http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/03/14/check-out-microsoft-script-explorer-for-windows-powershell-pre-release.aspx

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