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  • Get-OfflineScoutData PowerShell Script V1.01

    #Version 1.01 3-Apr-2019

      • Fix an issue where the ListOfDDCs regkey value isn’t seen by humans but PoSH “sees” it and creates an array with one element with a value of one space. Added additional tests to check if ListOfDDCs is Null or an empty string is a string of one space, then go to the test for RegisteredDdcFqdn. Thanks to Rene Bigler for finding another bug in this script.
    Figure 1 Do you see ListOfDDCs?
    Figure 1 Do you see ListOfDDCs?
    Figure 2 PowerShell "sees" it
    Figure 2 PowerShell “sees” it

    When I find that mythical entity called “spare time”, I’ll load up ProcMon and look at what is going on.

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    About Carl Webster

    Carl Webster is an independent consultant specializing in Citrix, Active Directory, and technical documentation. Carl (aka “Webster”) serves the broader Citrix community by writing articles (see and by being the most active person in the Citrix Zone on Experts Exchange. Webster has a long history in the IT industry beginning with mainframes in 1977, PCs and application development in 1986, and network engineering in 2001. He has worked with Citrix products since 1990 with the premiere of their first product – the MULTIUSER OS/2.

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