How to change powershell script from reading the input.txt file to querying local computer?

Could you please help to modify this script so I can run it locally on the computer and it would just use local computer instead of needing the 'serversALL.csv' file. I am running this script locally.

Thank you so much!
$servers= get-content 'serversALL.csv'
$output = 'LocalAdminsBeforeMigratedServers.csv' 
$results = @()
foreach($server in $servers)
$admins = @()
$group = [ADSI]"WinNT://$server/Administrators" 
$members = @($group.psbase.Invoke("Members"))
$members | foreach {
$obj = new-object psobject -Property @{
 Server = $Server
 username = $_.GetType().InvokeMember('ADSPath', 'GetProperty', $Null, $_, $Null) -replace ('WinNT://', '') -replace('/', '\')
 $admins += $obj
$results += $admins
$results| Export-csv $Output -NoTypeInformation
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Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
Quick answer to your question is to change first line to
$servers = $env:computername

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But we could make it lot simpler by removing the foreach loop and reducing the number of variables used..
Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
Modified code.. This will give the same result..
([ADSI]"WinNT://$($env:computername)/Administrators").psbase.Invoke("Members") | foreach {
  new-object psobject -Property @{
  Server = $env:computername
  username = $_.GetType().InvokeMember('ADSPath', 'GetProperty', $Null, $_, $Null) -replace ('WinNT://', '') -replace('/', '\')
} | Export-csv LocalUser.csv -NoTypeInformation

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creative555Author Commented:
Oh. excellent! THank you so much. I was wondering if it is possible to also add the command to script "set-executionpolicy unrestricted".....I have to manually run this command on each server because execution policy is disabled on all servers. Also, would you recommend putting a GPO for all servers to set-execution to unrestricted so I can run the scripts for migrations? Is it possible to even deploy GPO like this and then disable it after we migrate the servers?
Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
It's not recommended to set the execution policy as unrestricted. You could temporarily bypass the execution policy.

for example..

Powershell -executionpolicy bypass -file “C:\test\Script.ps1″
creative555Author Commented:
Thank you so much!!! You are excellent!
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