powershell use where object twice

if i want to use the where-object twice, do i pipe it twice or is there another way to do it?

ex.

get-service | where-object {$_.status -ne "running" | where-object ........

or is there another way?

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Kylo RenSystem EngineerAsked:
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Please explain exactly WHAT you want to achieve. What you attempted to show above is only half the story and means nothing.

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Kylo RenSystem EngineerAuthor Commented:
I am trying to find  objects status type of running and startuptype of automatic. i assume if you want to test for both conditions you have to pipe it twice. is there another method?

this is what i got so far....
get-service | where-object {$_.status -eq "running" | where-object
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LearnctxEngineerCommented:
No, you just use the -and operator.

get-service | Where-object {$_.status -eq "running" -and $_.whateverelse -eq "blah"}

Use get-help About_Operators for more info.
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Kylo RenSystem EngineerAuthor Commented:
awesome. thanks
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