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RDP Active Users Powershell DataSource - Counter only


(invoke-command -ComputerName ##system.displayname## -ScriptBlock { qwinsta } | sls active | % { ($_ -split "\s+")[2] }).count

I'm currently working through creating a script datasource using the powershell above.  When making the datasource and testing the script on an arbitrary windows server, the stdOutput reads an integer that matches the number of active users on that system.  When I graph it, it shows very strange numbers as a result.  .059 & 23.68million are both not integers, nor accurate to what the script when tested is showing as a stdOutput response.

What am I doing wrong?

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