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I don't know if it is exactly usable in your situation, but maybe it helps: In PowerShell you can use the GetPath() method and count the semicolons. Example: Root      \- Child GetPath() used on 'Child' returns 'Root;Child' - so the nesting level is the count of the ';'. Additionally there is the 'isRoot' property to quickly ...



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