Working with the output from Export-FimConfig is not always fun because you have to dig hard to get attributes off an object.
This function I just whipped up will convert a FIM ExportObject to a PowerShell PSObject. The advantage here is that you can then use dot-notation <sp?> to dig out the attributes.
For example the Export-FimConfig used like this produces the output below.
Now using the fancy new function we get:
In addition, it is easier to get at the attributes for each object:
Finally, here is the function: