How to list domain name from Active Directory with powershell

Hello, I have the following code and i would like to capture the domain name, i can not find it through properties though.
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Where-Object {$_.OperatingSystem -like "Windows Server*"} | Select name,DNSHostName,IPv4Address,CanonicalName,OperatingSystemVersion

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Thanks for your help,
namergSystems AdministratorAsked:
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AlanConsultantCommented:
Hi,

You can use this to return the AD domain name:

(Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem).Domain

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Alan.
namergSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
This (Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem).Domain works only for one computer not multiple computers grabbed from AD through my code.
AlanConsultantCommented:
The 'DistinguishedName' property should include the AD domain name:

CN=ExampleComputerame,OU=ExampleADOU,DC=ADDomainName1,DC=ADDomainName2

So maybe this:

Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Where-Object {$_.OperatingSystem -like "Windows Server*"} | Select DistinguishedName,Name,DNSHostName,IPv4Address,CanonicalName,OperatingSystemVersion

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You might not need 'Name' if you are pulling 'DistinguishedName'.


Alan.
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namergSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Correct. CN=HOSTNAME,OU=Domain Controllers,DC=domain,DC=local

But, I need just the "domain.local" or just "domain"
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
get-adcomputer with no parameters will only return computers in the CURRENTLY logged on Domain.

$computers = Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Where-Object {$_.OperatingSystem -like "Windows Server*"} | Select name,DNSHostName,IPv4Address,CanonicalName,OperatingSystemVersion
foreach($computer in $computers){ (Get-WmiObject -ComputerName $computer.name -Class Win32_computerSystem).Domain}

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oBdACommented:
You have it as part of DNSHostName, and you can add it to your results using a calculated property:
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Where-Object {$_.OperatingSystem -like "Windows Server*"} | Select Name, DNSHostName, IPv4Address, CanonicalName, OperatingSystemVersion, @{n='DNSDomain'; e={$_.DNSHostName.Split('.', 2)[1]}}

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namergSystems AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thanks oBdA
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