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Get-WinEvent Search for specific text

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i'm still very new to powershell but wanted to know if there is a why i can use the get-winevent cmdlet to search for a keyword or phrase within the event logs of a remotee 2003 / 2008 server?

For example seaerch all events on a remote server(s) that had the word "userabc" in the body of the event id..
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get-eventlog -logname "Windows PowerShell" -message "*userabc*" -computername Server01, Server02
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