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Powershell - convert string to table or other object?

Powershell - convert string to table or other object?

Powershell - convert string to table or other object?

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I'm very new to using powershell, and I'm trying to convert the output of an exe to an object\table\something_useful to be able to loop through the data. I've found code converting if the data is horizontal, but not if it is vertical.

The output looks like this:

UNC Path: None
LUN Path: blah1:blah/blah
Storage System: blah1

If there are two connected, then it looks like this:

UNC Path: None
LUN Path: blah1:blah/blah
Storage System: blah1
UNC Path: None
LUN Path: blah2:blah/blah
Storage System: blah2


I'm hoping to get something that looks like the following:

UNC Path LUN Path Storage System
-------- -------- --------------
None blah1:blah/blah blah1
None blah2:blah/blah blah2

What I have tried:

sdcli.exe disk list | Tee-object -Variable DiskList
echo $DiskList

RE: Powershell - convert string to table or other object?

What does the code that creates the output look like?


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