Have you ever wanted to know which scripts are being using in a Management Pack? I did ;-)
You would normally use the MPViewer from Boris Yanushpolsky to have a look into the MP. But the MPViewer does not show you a list of all the scripts being used in the MP.
Suppose you want to know which scripts are being used in the Exchange 2003 MP. You could go through all monitors, rules or tasks and look at the Raw XML to find if a script is used.
But this would take quite some time. An easier way is to use PowerShell with an Xpath query. You first need to convert the MP to XML.
Name ---- Check_services_to_monitor_registrykey.js CheckDC.vbs Collect_database_size_per_server.vbs Collect_number_of_mailboxes_per_server.vbs Collect_Operating_System_Server_Information.vbs Collect_Server_Information.vbs EXBPAInstall.vbs EXBPARunLocal.vbs EXBPARunOrg.vbs Publish_ExMP_Data.js QuerySMTPQueues.vbs Verify_IIS_Lockdown_was_run.vbs Verify_Message_Tracking_Log_shares_are_locked_down.vbs Verify_Test_Mailboxes.vbs VerifyMFR.js VerifyMFS.js
I need to thank Marco Shaw for his help on the formatting of the result ;-)