PowerShell CIM CmdLets – Working with embedded or keyless classes

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  1. April 6, 2016

    […] In my last post, I explained how to solve one of the stumbling blocks when working with the PowerShell CIM CmdLets. The second problem, which was both pretty nasty as it basically prevented me from using the CIM CmdLets properly for SCCM and pretty time consuming, as it was hard to find a solution, was working with lazy properties. […]

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