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Reddrgn2
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General Question

Post by Reddrgn2 » Fri Sep 13, 2019 12:50 pm

Hi, Probably not the best place to ask this question. I am wondering what people are doing for a catalog or library of powershell scripts and tools. I have created a few tools and a lot of scripts, covering AD, O365, SharePoint, etc. I have a main powershell ISE ps1 file script that I open normally, it has the most common scripts I use. Well the issue with that is I tend to do little notes about what it does and if its export or display. So 1 script is kind of two lines, 1 with description and 1 with actual script. So 30 scripts are really 60 lines in ISE. Then I started to wonder what other people are doing for type of thing. The screen shot below is kind of what I mean by catalog or library, from IDERA
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Re: General Question

Post by Reddrgn2 » Sat Sep 14, 2019 12:44 pm

So googling around and browsing forms all over I can't seem to find the option for what I am looking for in PowerShell Studio.

Out of random thought I downloaded PrimalScript and found kind of what I was looking for. See screen shot.

People who use Studio can you let me know if there is an option like found in Primal in Studio.
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