I have a string in a script that I would like to have two types of things with them . The here-string in my code block is quite long so I will use another smaller example to highlight my question.
So here is the here-string example -
$computername = 'server1' $herestring = @" $variable1 = get-wmiobject -computername $computername -classname win32_services "@
This here-string will be outputted to a file using out-file.
So what I would like is to have in the text file:
$variable1 = get-wmiobject -computername server1 -classname win32_services
instead what I get is:
= get-wmiobject -computername server1 -classname win32_services
In my here-string its more fully featured. In the function I have created it will out-file the file. Copy that to the remote machine location. And then register a scheduled task to run it to evaluate an activity on that machine I am running.
Is there a way to do what i want to do what I want to do in the here-string…or based on my current example is there a better way to perform that task?
Any help most appreciated.