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    This is not in our plan as this would be a massive amount of work. We also fear that the results would be supbar compared to an hand-crafted script.

    We understand that PowerShell can be intimidating but our documentation is there to help (and so is our incredible support team).

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    I think it would be interesting when running a report/migration in ShareGate to see the underlying script being ran in Powershell. As someone who isn't savvy when it comes to PowerShell in SharePoint, but attempting to learn it be useful to see the exact scripts that are being ran and how they're formatted for my environment. I know from my Cisco days, when modifying an ASA using the GUI, there was an extra window you could have open that would show you the exact commands being ran, as you made modifications via the GUI. Hope this makes sense?

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    We're migrating from 2010 to 2016 and we'll be forcing key word tagging to all documents in the new environment. We're working on document clean up write now in the old environment and I'm using the "Last Modified Date" document report. Maybe I'm missing it, but it'd be nice to have Keywords/Enterprise Keywords as a column for retrieved results. Thanks!

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