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I am running a script to query AD. My output is like below. I want the results to display as in column and rows. Please assist


Name           ADSPath                                                     lastLogonTimestamp
----           -------                                                     ------------------
HAZ-DC         LDAP://CN=HAZ-DC,OU=Domain Controllers,DC=haz,DC=local      2020-03-19 3:08...


$Result = "" | Select-Object Name,ADSPath,lastLogonTimestamp
            $Result.Name = [String]$Account.Properties.name
            $Result.ADSPath = [String]$Account.Properties.adspath
            $Result.lastLogonTimestamp = [DateTime]::FromFileTime([Int64]::Parse($Account.Properties.lastlogontimestamp))
            $Results = $Results + $Result

# Output the results
$Results | Out-File C:\test\PCLogon.CSV
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