Add-Member if you want to effectively “object” all things and possess their property.

I thought I would clarify this as most articles don’t simplify this to easily wrap you head around.

Add-member is what I would use to add a new member to a group of properties on an object

  1. I create the object
  2.  Add a noteproperty that translate to text
  3. create a scriptmethod that can do things based on a scriptblock when called.
  4. create a scriptproperty that runs each time you call the $x object to display the results of it’s script block.
Here is the code:
$x=new-object psobject
$x| add-member -name ID – value “smithx” -membertype Noteproperty
$x| add-member -name ADlookup -value { get-aduser $x.name } -membertype scriptmethod
$x|add–member -name ADinfo -value {$x.adlookup()} -membertype Scriptproperty

if you want you can overwrite a member with the -force command.

Published by Xajuan Smith

Computer Information Specialist, with a desire to make the masses feel what I was born to channel...The emotion that strives us to do more, speak more boldly and with most sincere ideals that will make life easier and will not hinder the dreams we all have at any given time.

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