Getting SSRS Details via Powershell

This is one of those posts so I never have to google this again (one hopes). Here is the PS code to pull back a set of details about every SSRS instance installed on a server including the SSRS instance name, & the first URL port it is running on, the service name and the name of the report server database etc.

$servername = 'myserver'
$key = "Software\\Microsoft\\Microsoft SQL Server"
$reg = [Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey]::OpenRemoteBaseKey('LocalMachine', $server)
$regKey = $reg.OpenSubKey($key)
$keys = $regKey.GetSubKeyNames()
$v = 0
foreach($k in $keys)
if(( $k -match 'MSRS[\d\d].') -and ($k -notcontains '\@'))
$pv = $k.Substring(4, 2)
if ($v -le $pv)
$v = $pv
$rs = "RS_" + $k.Substring($k.IndexOf('.') + 1)
$nspace = "root\Microsoft\SQLServer\ReportServer\$rs\v$v\Admin"
$RSServers = Get-WmiObject -Namespace $nspace -class MSReportServer_ConfigurationSetting -ComputerName $servername -ErrorVariable perror -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
foreach ($r in $RSServers)
$ssrsHost = $r.InstanceName
$ssrsVers = $r.version
$ssrsDB = $r.DatabaseName
$ssrsShare = $r.IsSharePointIntegrated
$ssrsService = $r.ServiceName
$vPath = $r.VirtualDirectoryReportServer
$urls = $r.ListReservedUrls()
$urls = $urls.UrlString[0]
$urls = $urls.Replace('+', $servername) + "/$vPath"
# do a thing with this specific SSRS instance details
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