Most of the time, a PowerShell cmdlet will return all the information you need to work with it later in the pipeline. Sometimes, though, there’s some assembly required. What I mean, is maybe the cmdlet returned the information you need, but not in the format you want, or you wish you had some property multiplied by some other property. Let’s explore.
When you’re first getting started with PowerShell, you may not be aware that sometimes when you run a command to get data, the information returned to the screen is not ALL the information that the command actually returned.