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PowerShell 2.0 Regex Distinguished Names.

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Looking for a way to parse a string that contains multiple Distinguished Names to put the names into a separate array.
Example.

$String = "CN=John S. Smith*a,OU=Users,OU=Tier 8,OU=Admins,DC=fg,DC=ef,DC=na,DC=ORG CN=Joe D. Smith*a,OU=Users,OU=Tier 2,OU=Admins,DC=fd,DC=hd,DC=tv,DC=ORG"

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$NewString ="CN=John S. Smith*a,OU=Users,OU=Tier 8,OU=Admins,DC=fg,DC=ef,DC=na,DC=ORG"
"CN=Joe D. Smith*a,OU=Users,OU=Tier 2,OU=Admins,DC=fd,DC=hd,DC=tv,DC=ORG"
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Question by:Xytras1
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Try this.
$NewString = $String -split "CN=" | ? {$_} | % {"CN=$($_.trim())"}

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Works great. Thank you.
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