Playing with String in PowerShell

As being a Windows Administrator I use PowerShell every day and the best part of it is, I learn something new every day. In simple word PowerShell can make your life easier, and I think you all agreed with it. I often requested to pull various reports from various sources and it was not always possible to get the exact report by executing one or more cmdlet. Sometimes had to manipulate certain strings from cmdlet output or reading some specific log files for generating reports. Here I will share my experience on how we can easily working with strings in PowerShell.

TASK – 1: Validate the target computer is located in Non-Prod OU or Not.

First I kept the Computer Object LDAP path to $InputComputerName variable using

Now I have to split the variable with “,”, so that I will be getting it into the following order.



Now you can each line by using [0], [1], [2], and exactly here I need the value of second line, so I used [1]

Now again I am splitting this with “=”

No I am selecting second line with [1] to get the current OU location and mission accomplished J

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