Any of those help When you use -computername with get-wmiobject, you get an additional field in the results - PSComputerName. You can select that field so that you get the name correlated to the other data easily. Combine this with an expression in select-object, and you get a nice table. But wait - there's more!
may help you . I have a script working that uses a hashtable for storing and comparing values, and then it writes the output to a text file. Here is an example of what happens with and without NoNewLine in my output: , Just send a single string to Out-File:
Write-Output "The servers are all on $($TableVersion.Serverapps01) but there are differences in the build files." |Out-File D:\Results$Timestamp.txt
-NoNewLine Not working as expected in Powershell
By : ser6iy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue I am using powershell to concatenate a key but the Writehost is giving me a carriage delimiter and 3 lines instead of a single line when using -NoNewLine. , You can just join them, this way...