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Powershell: create FQDN's for servers in globalvariables.ps1

janhoedt
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Hi,

I'm loading my globalvariables.ps1 in my $profile.
Now I'd like to have all my servers available with NETBIOS and FQDN, how can I achieve this?

To clarify, a piece of my globalvariables.ps1:

GENERAL ################################################################################################
$Global:DomainFQDN = $env:USERDNSDOMAIN

SERVERS ################################################################################################
$Global:SCCMSiteServer01 = 'SCCMSERVER'
$Global:ConnectionBroker01 = 'CONNECTIONBROKER'
#ADDING EXTRA SERVERS HERE

#FQDN
#FOR EACH SERVER, ADD A GLOBAL VARIABLE SERVER_FQDN, HOWTO DO THIS?
$Global:SCCMSiteServer01_FQDN =  ($SCCMSiteServer01 + '.' + $DomainFQDN))
$Global:ConnectionBroker01_FQDN = ($ConnectionBroker01 + '.' + $DomainFQDN)

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