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Won't Exit Loop : VBScript

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I'm having a serious brain fart. I can't figure out why, in the code below, that when it loops to the last line of the data it won't leave the loop and stop the script. I'm assuming I'm missing something relatively small and overthinking it. Everything else works great.

' This script is designed to query the domain
' see what computer accounts have not checked
' in for more then 90 days and deletes them.
' Created By: mmitchell57
' Date: today
'<!---- Variable Start ----!>
Dim objDSQuery1, strDSQuery1
Dim strLimit
Dim strLen 
Dim strDSRM
'<!---- Variable Start ----!>

'<!---- Initialize start -----!>
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") 
strLimit = 2

'<!----- Initialize end ----!>

'<!---- Body Start ----!>
WshShell.Exec("%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -Command DSQuery Computer 'OU=Agencies,OU=FORSCOM,OU=Installations,DC=nase,DC=ds,DC=army,DC=mil' -stalepwd 90 -limit " & strLimit & " >> '\\Server\Share\Folder\Folder\File.txt'") 
Set objDSQuery1 = WshShell.Exec("%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -Command DSQuery Computer 'OU=Grouops,OU=Someplace,OU=,DC=domain,DC=controller,DC=com' -stalepwd 90 -limit " & strLimit) 

Do Until objDSQuery1.StdOut.AtEndOfStream 
    strDSQuery1 = objDSQuery1.StdOut.ReadLine()
    strLen = Len(strDSQuery1)
    'wscript.echo strlen
    strLen = strLen - 2
    strDSQuery1 = mid(strDSQuery1, 2, strLen)
    strDSRM = "dsrm '" & strDSQuery1 & "' -noprompt -c -q"
    wscript.echo strDSRM
    'WshShell.Exec("%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -Command " & strDSRM) 

'<!---- Body End ----!>
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