PowerShell: WMI Query replace/remove a character in output


I have the following script to enumerate my IIS sites for a server and I want to remove the "/" in the "Name" column.  It outputs like "W3SVC/1" and I want it to output as "W3SVC1":

$computer = "Server1"
$FoundSites = gwmi -namespace "root\MicrosoftIISv2" -ComputerName $Computer -query 'Select * from IIsWebServerSetting' -authentication 6 | Select "ServerName", "ServerComment", "Name" , "NTAuthenticationProviders" | ForEach-Object { $_.ServerName = "$computer"; return $_ }

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Any help is appreciated!


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You can change your 2nd line to
$FoundSites = gwmi -namespace "root\MicrosoftIISv2" -ComputerName $Computer -query 'Select * from IIsWebServerSetting' -authentication 6 | Select @{N="ServerName";E={$computer}}, "ServerComment", @{N="Name";E={$_.Name -replace "/"}} , "NTAuthenticationProviders"

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HankinaterAuthor Commented:
Thank you that is perfect!
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