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Microsoft Exchange Server PowerShell Cookbook - Third Edition by Mike Pfeiffer, Jonas Andersson

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Working with script repositories

Windows Management Framework Version 5 includes a package manager called PowerShellGet, which enables functionalities, such as the find, get, install, and uninstall packages from internal and public sources. However, this recipe is not specific to Exchange; see this recipe as a tips and tricks recipe, since it's more PowerShell general than Exchange-specific.

PowerShellGet is a package manager for Windows PowerShell. Basically, it is a wrapper around the OneGet component that simplifies the package management for PowerShell modules. PowerShellGet is built on top of the well-known package management solution NuGet.

OneGet is a unified package management component that allows you to search for software installation, ...

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