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SOLVED Finding what an application is deployed to with powershell

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kevinrussell

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So we are migrating domains and decided to stand up a new instance of SCCM instead of migrating the current system. I've exported all the applications with
Get-CMApplication and Export-CMApplication with the -IgnoreRelated -OmitContent parameters.

When I import into our new instance of SCCM with powershell it pulls it in fine, but it didnt bring what deployments it was part of. Is there anyway to find that with the SCCM Cmdlets in powershell? I can find the number of deployments but I want to know what those deployments where, not just how many.
 
Just found the answer, so if anyone needs to know its:
Get-CMApplicationDeployment -Name "xxx" | Select CollectionName
 
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