Help with generating a service status report with Powershell

Hello All,

If I run the following Powershell code, I get the information that I'm looking for:

get-Service -ComputerName server1 | Where-Object {$_.Name -eq "hostmonservice"} | select name, status |  ft -autosize

This returns:
Name                    Status
----                          ------
HostMonService Running

Is there a way to include the server name in this.  I would like the output to look something like:

Server     Name                     Status
----            -----                         ------
Server1  HostMonService   Running

Thanks,
Nick
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The corresponding property is MachineName.
You should use the service name directly in the cmdlet, because that is much faster and uses less resources. Remote Access is always a costly operation, so you should use all available features of the cmdlet you apply remotely to reduce load and traffic:
get-Service -ComputerName server1 hostmonservice | select MachineName, Name, Status |  ft -autosize

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ndalmolin_13Author Commented:
Exactly what I was looking for.  Thanks.
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