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EnScripts are a scripts that create additional functionality for the program [[EnCase]].
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Guidance Software defines an EnScript as "a language designed to allow a user with some knowledge of programming to fully tap into the data processing power of EnCase, to automate tasks, and even to create fully functional applications."
 
Guidance Software defines an EnScript as "a language designed to allow a user with some knowledge of programming to fully tap into the data processing power of EnCase, to automate tasks, and even to create fully functional applications."
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.guidancesoftware.com/ Guidance Software]

Latest revision as of 20:27, 10 March 2007

EnScripts are a scripts that create additional functionality for the program EnCase.

Guidance Software defines an EnScript as "a language designed to allow a user with some knowledge of programming to fully tap into the data processing power of EnCase, to automate tasks, and even to create fully functional applications."

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