The script attached here doesn't actually run PowerTool commands, but instead it generates the PowerTool commands that you would need to quickly populate pools with blocks. You can then copy/paste the output in to a PowerTool session that you've already established.
Among the assumptions here:
Block sizes are 256 (0xFF)
The Global ID Pool already exists (but is not populated)
Users should carefully review the generated output before actually submitting to PowerTool
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