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Powershell : Function to get FSMO Info for a domain

function Get-DomainFSMO 
{
[CmdletBinding()]
 [OutputType([System.Management.ManagementObject])]
 param
    (
     [parameter( Mandatory=$false,
                    ValueFromPipeline=$True,
                    Position = 0,
                    HelpMessage="An array of domains.", 
                 ValueFromPipelineByPropertyName=$True)]
     [String[]] $domain
    )
    begin{Write-Verbose "Getting Forest info for: $CurrentDomain"}
    process{
        foreach ($CurrentDomain in $domain){

          $dom = @{
                                label="Domain"
                                expression = {$CurrentDomain}
                            }
         
                
         Write-Verbose "Getting Forest info for: $CurrentDomain"
         Get-ADDomain -Server $CurrentDomain | Select-Object $dom,InfrastructureMaster, RIDMaster, PDCEmulator,DomainMode,DomainSid
         
  
    }
    }
    end{}
 
}

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