PowerShell Script Filtering

I am running the following code set to list domain accounts and services they currently logged into. The script is also capable of listing the machine name that the account is currently logged onto.  I need to know how to augment this script to filter out OUs that I want to exclude. For example, I want to exclude:  ABC and XYZ when the script run against my domain.

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Import-Module ActiveDirectory

$Computers= (Get-ADComputer -Filter {Enabled -eq $True -and OperatingSystem -like "*server*"})
$ErrorLog = "\\apg1ex\users\test\ServiceAccountsError.log"
ForEach ($Computer in $Computers)
{
Write-Host $Computer
Get-WmiObject  -Impersonation 3 -Authentication PacketPrivacy -ComputerName $Computer.name -class Win32_Service -ErrorAction Continue 2>>$ErrorLog |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "LocalSystem"} |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "NT AUTHORITY\Network Service"} |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "NT AUTHORITY\NetworkService"} |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "NT AUTHORITY\Local Service"} |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "NT AUTHORITY\LocalService"} |
Where {$_.StartName -ne "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM"} |
Select StartName,Name,DisplayName

Get-Process | Out-File \\apg1ex\users\test\pairedservices.txt -width 120
}

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Once again, I am still learning PowerShell.  Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Lipotech
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Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
I guess you are trying to exclude the computer accounts from specific OU. In that case, one option is to filter based on DistinguishedName
For example..
$Computers= Get-ADComputer -Filter {Enabled -eq $True -and OperatingSystem -like "*server*"}  | 
	?{$_.DistinguishedName -notmatch 'OU=ABC,OU=Computers,OU=Company,DC=Domain,DC=com' `
    -and $_.DistinguishedName -notmatch 'OU=XYZ,OU=Computers,OU=Company,DC=Domain,DC=com'}

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Refer similar question which i answered earlier..
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Powershell/Q_28275073.html

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lipotechSys EngAuthor Commented:
Excellent solution.  Thank you.
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