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        AskWoody Lounger

        On March 3rd, Microsoft announced the planned retirement of TechNet Gallery sometime in June 2020.

        Prepare for retirement

        As of today, we are placing the TechNet Gallery into read-only mode. You won’t be able to create new submissions, but you can edit existing ones. We encourage project owners to use the project description to point to the new location of their projects if they decide to continue to support them.

        Once retired, all existing links to the TechNet Gallery will redirect to the samples browser. Existing projects will not be archived on GitHub, unlike those that were part of the retirement of the MSDN Code Gallery.

        Guidance for project owners

        If you want to continue supporting your submission(s) to the TechNet Gallery, you should migrate those to a GitHub project if it is a tool, script, or utility that has source code available.

        If the entry is technical documentation or a guide, you should re-host it on a website with an email or social media link readers can reach you at.

        We will not be redirecting existing TechNet Gallery links to other URLs other than the samples browser.

        Microsoft’s announcement can be be found here.

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