Extract Data from Custom Properties

Hello guys
I have tried some approaches that I have saw here on forum, but I´m stuck on script as follow:
the parameter -ExpandProperty not work to isolate data for html.
If someone has already pass through this, any help will welcome
thanks for attention, sorry for any misspelling
see ya

$computer = "localhost"

$Body = "
        TABLE{border-width: 1px;border-style: solid;border-color: black;border-collapse: collapse;}
        TH{text-align:center;width:140px; border-width: 1px;padding: 0px;border-style: solid;border-color: black;background-color:#38eeff}
        TD{text-align:center;border-width: 1px;padding: 0px;border-style: solid;border-color: black;background-color:white}
         Disk Space Report: $DateComputerDiskSpace AvailablePercentStatus"

$total_disk = Get-WmiObject -class Win32_LogicalDisk -computername $computer -filter "drivetype=3" | select @{label='Tamanho do Disco (GB)';expression={$_.Size / 1GB -as [int]}}
        $space_free = Get-WmiObject -class Win32_LogicalDisk -computername $computer -filter "drivetype=3" | select @{label='Espaco Livre (MB)';expression={$_.FreeSpace / 1MB -as [int]}}
        $percent_free = Get-WmiObject -class Win32_LogicalDisk -computername $computer -filter "drivetype=3" | select @{label='% Livre';expression={$_.FreeSpace / $_.Size * 100 -as [int]}}

$Body +=  "$computer$total_disk$space_free$percent_free$ServerStatus"

$Body += ""

$body | out-file c:\temp\body.html

Invoke-Expression C:\temp\body.html

thank you very much

You’re taking the wrong approach, here. -ExpandProperty isn’t meant to produce HTML, and nothing in your script is producing HTML.

$disks = Get-WmiObject -class Win32_LogicalDisk -computername $computer -filter "drivetype=3" |
        select @{label='Tamanho do Disco (GB)';expression={$_.Size / 1GB -as [int]}},
               @{label='Espaco Livre (MB)';expression={$_.FreeSpace / 1MB -as [int]}},
               @{label='% Livre';expression={$_.FreeSpace / $_.Size * 100 -as [int]}}

You query only once, and use one Select-Object to create the output you want. Keep in mind that $disks CAN have multiple objects in it, though.

$fragment = $disks | ConvertTo-HTML -Fragment -As Table -PreContent "

Disk Report

" | Out-String

Will convert all of the disks into an HTML table. This is just a fragment, and can be made into the body of an HTML page. This technique is useful for when you want to make HTML reports that have multiple sections.

ConvertTo-HTML -Body $fragment | Out-File report.html

Read “Creating HTML Reports in PowerShell” (select Resources from this site’s main menu, then Ebooks). It covers this in a lot more detail. My example is just meant to be a quick example; the ebook explains much better, and also provides an EnhancedHTML2 module that provides for many more formatting options.

thank you very much Don, I´m already following “Creating HTML Reports in PowerShell”