Guys, I just want to know how do we get PowerShell script output as a string. Which can be used later on in the process. For example, I want to get an AD UserID by providing the email address in the script, Powershell does provide the username in output but I want to use that output (Username) to do some other stuff.
Never mind got the solution
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