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Searching for a computer in Active Directory using powerShell

Hi,

I am looking into the use of powerShell in a Windows Server Active Directory.
 I am new to both, Active Directory and PowerShell. So, please don't assume that I know what I am doing.

All I need here is to be shown how to tweak the following statement to get the properties of a computer which I know exists in Active directory: The computer Name is 14115A.:

 Get-AdComputer -Filter { name -Like '*14115A*' } -Properties

Thank you

Adam
PowershellWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2008

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That was very helpful. Thank you very much.
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